Thursday, 23 June 2011

Knicker Lover



The other day, right at the end of the day, when I was about to put pens down and go home, Matt texted me to tell me that Tiny had been carrying a pair of my knickers around all day. All day people.


You can imagine that my excitement of her flinging my knickers around was palpable.


Who doesn't want their knickers toted off to school? To shopping? Here. There. Everywhere.


And who doesn't want their husband to remove said knickers from child and gently suggest something else other than her mama's knickers?


Well thank goodness they were clean.


Tiny hooked onto those knickers and carried them around for the next day too. Because they are pink, they became an accessory.


I finally managed to sneak them from her clutches and back into my drawers (pun intended). But a big thank you to Tiny for socialising my underwear. I really appreciate it.


However, as a precautionary tale, never google images: big granny knickers. Never. Ever.

10 comments:

Trash said...

Hahahahahaha.

[Good Mum Hunting] said...

Big knickers rule! Bridget Jones style is HOT!

I shudder to think about Abi carrying my undies around. I don't own 1 perfect pair of undies anymore. They may have the following; tiny holes, huge holes, minimal elastic, or yes, the huge gut sucking ugly grandma style too.

Bless Tiny's heart :)

jodesmac said...

Ba ha, keepin it real Tiny :)

Whydiss said...

LOL Bigger the Better I say, I made the mistake of googling y-front once.

Sarah said...

sorry could not stop snickering...

spectacularfairywren said...

good tip.
Also note, when a pattern calls for something called 'stiffy spray', googling that could be an edumacation...

ingrid said...

hahaha - I love it!

ps - no need for me to google - I can just open my drawer or look on my washing line to witness the horror first hand.

The Beetle Shack said...

oh my lord- i SOOOOOO needed this laugh. This has MADE MY DAY. Not that it would have been hard- it's been shithouse.

Rowantree Design said...

Reminds me of a children's book I have "The terrible Underpants"

J Brown said...

Just as I was finished reading this- my 3 year old walks in wearing my bra on her back- saying "I have a backpack"...hmmm...our kids would make a lovely team!:)