Giveaway: Win tickets to ‘The Pump and Dump’ comedy show for moms!

Who else needs to get out of the house for a good laugh with friends about all those things that can make a mama cry?

Comedians Shayna Ferm and Tracey Tee will be at Walton Arts Center on Saturday, Sept. 22nd, at 7 p.m. for The Pump and Dump Show, an interactive event filled with original songs, games, prizes — and a much-needed jolt of validation and commiseration for fellow moms.

And we’ve got FOUR FREE TICKETS for TWO mamas to win! Each winner can take her bestie for a fun night out at The Parentally Incorrect Tour.

Shayna and Tracey have been besties for a LONG time. They had a dream of giving moms a night out, and five years later their little show that started in a bar has grown into a national brand. Those same two friends now tour the country making moms laugh and reminding them that they’re awesome.

In this video, they tell you about their friendship, how the tour got started, and give you a little taste of what the show will be like:

The show celebrates the recent release of Shayna and Tracey’s book, Parentally Incorrect: True Tales by Real Moms About the F***** Up Things Their Kids Have Done. One of the most popular segments of the show has audience members submit their own stories about their children to be read live on stage. This unscripted segment is 100% authentic and unbelievably hysterical.

Here’s what the show’s fans, #BandOfMothers, are saying on social:

“The Pump and Dump Show is basically the best thing you can do for yourself as a mom. It’s therapy and wine and laughs and a lifeline all rolled into one.”

“A much needed night out with my girls and a much needed reminder that solidarity is key to surviving motherhood. You are hilarious!”

“A mom from the audience got up and said it’s been a year and a half since she had a night out. That’s when I fell in love with The Pump and Dump girls who gave that mom a reason to get out and laugh her face off because we all need that. I loved that they were using humor to bring so many women together… They are legit.”

HOW TO ENTER:

If you’d love to win 2 tickets to The Pump and Dump Show, scroll down to the bottom of this post (and past the comments posted by other moms) until you see the words “Leave a Reply.”

Then write a quick comment telling us something funny your kid did — or said — recently (even if those kids are teenagers or beyond!).

You can also email your answer to us at giveaways@nwaMotherlode.com.

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Good luck, mamas! We’ll choose a winner on Friday afternoon, so watch your inbox! Click here for more info on The Pump and Dump Show. Tickets are $30 if you want to go ahead and snag some for a GNO. You can also call the box office at 479.443.5600.

21 Comments

  1. My 16 year old daughter, when asked about school picture day and why she didn’t dress up more, she replied “Only the Pricks dress up” .. I said, “I think you mean ‘Preps'” to which she replied “Oh .. What’s a Prick?”

  2. When I told my 6 year old to get along with her sister’s and she comes back with..”I can’t help it Mom I was just born this way!!”

  3. When we were about to eat dinner, my daughter and husband were having a discussion and a disagreement. She asked him why was he being dramatic and he told her to just bless the food. Her prayer was “God thank you for everything. Help my dad to be understanding and help him to leave the drama for his mama. Amen”.

  4. Having a campfire with my in laws… coyotes howling… My 2 year old said he was afraid… my 5 year old, without skipping a beat said “Well, you should be, don’t you know they eat the little one first?”

  5. We were listening to the Ghostbusters theme song and my son said, “Mom! They never tell you their number. How are you supposed to call them?” Bwahahaha!

  6. In describing a drawing my 5 year old said. This is the dogs water bowl, their chew toy and the rat they killed. (See black outline with blood dripping out of its mouth)

  7. My kids constantly keep me laughing but tonight my 3 yr old picked up his play cell phone and proceeded to talk to his boss, “ugh what now? I will just quit.” Not sure where he got it.

  8. When asked if he had lost any teeth yet, my 6 year old proudly told the pediatrician that no he had not, but “my mom’s teeth fall out all the time.” (I had a crown come out while chewing gum 2 years ago….but the kid just can’t let it go.)

  9. When my daughter was 7 yrs old we were in the car while my husband pumped gas. I took the opportunity to breast feed my 4 day old baby girl who was still nursing on demand. As she cried I felt the milk spewing inside my shirt, before i could latch the baby on my daughter turned and had the look of pure horror on her face, finally she shouted “MOM, OH MY LORD SHE BITE A HOLE IN IT! Needless to say, I laughed till I cried and laughed some more.

  10. A few days ago, my 2 year old (who has huuuge chubby cheeks and solemn dark eyes) walked up to me and said in all seriousness, “Everything… in my whole life… has been horrible.” I stifled a giggle and asked what he meant, and he said, “Our garage is horrible… Our house is horrible…. Our whole family is horrible…. And our yard is horrible.” I will note that he is normally a very happy kid and none of those things are actually horrible. 😉 It was all I could do not to giggle.

  11. When my youngest, now 15, was two he came to the back door yelling momma, momma come here when I opened the back door his hands were together as if he scooped up something, I asked what he had and as he was opening his hands he said “my new friends” there were tape worms crawling all over each other; I asked where he got them and he said “out of the dogs poop” I instantly grabbed his hands, walked to the edge of the deck and started shaking his hands to free the worms while he was yelling “go back home my friends to your poop house”!🤣 we de-wormed the dogs!

  12. My 3 year old son said he wanted to feed his baby brother like Mamma does (breastfeed). I told him he didn’t have any milk. He replied, I will have some (milk) to feed him when they (his breasts) get bigger like Mamma’s.

  13. A few hours after getting home from the hospital with my 3rd baby, my oldest who was 4 asked why he was crying. I answered that he was probably hungry. He took his hand and told his baby borther “Don’t worry baby, Mom (what my kids called their grandma) is fixin Schikken”. I explained that his baby brother couldn’t eat chicken & he looked at me with a concerned look & asked why? I explained that he didn’t have any teeth. Of course I had to show him that the baby didn’t have teeth.

  14. My 4 year old constantly Farts and says” that ones for you mom!” / “that’s for you, daddy-o!” / “That one right there was full of love!” and etc, depending on his mood and time of day and location of where he’s at during poot duty. 🙂

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