Give Mom a Break with The Chore Wheel

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As the story goes, Neanderthals created the first wheel when "reinvent transportation" fell to Grog on the cave's weekly chore wheel. Make sure everyone is pulling their weight with this Groupon.

The Deal

  • Give Mom a break with one Chore Wheel

This Mother's Day, give Mom the break she deserves from weekly housework by leaving any and all labor or upkeep to whomever is close by and also not Mom. Groupon customers receive a two-part chore wheel with customizable chore fields and completely un-customizable fields for assigning a worker to each task. Some assembly is required, specifically by any person other than Mom.

The Chore Wheel

The Chore Wheel saves moms from a Sisyphean streak of household labor by distributing tasks to family members while removing Mom from the equation. Take The Chore Wheel for a spin as its rotating top layer matches incomplete tasks to a family full of "not-Moms." Moms can sit back and relax as someone who is certainly not them completes such everyday chores as picking up after everyone, making dinner, mowing the lawn, or finding where that smell is coming from. Long revered for its unbiased decision-making, The Chore Wheel serves as a clear resource for any time you see a Mom attempting to do anything that resembles a chore on Mother’s Day. To make sure your Mom has plenty to do with her newfound free time, browse Groupon's handpicked selection of Mother's Day gifts located in our gift shop.

In a Nutshell

Easy-to-follow wheel allocates chores so that Mom won't lift a finger on Mother’s Day

The Fine Print

Expires May 12th, 2014. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to weather conditions. Groupon is solely responsible for letting you know that this is all just a joke and none of these rules actually matter. Just go nuts. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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