Friday, June 22, 2012

PSA

When hurrying to get out of your work clothes to change into something a little more tolerable to wear when the temperatures are in the mid 90s, it helps to look in the mirror when you're done redressing.  And if something doesn't feel quite right with your shorts, don't ignore the inkling that something is wrong.  For all you know, there could be a pair of bright turquoise panties dangling below the hem  for all the world to see.

You're welcome.

15 comments:

Miss 376 said...

I hope you weren't going back out again, lol. Reminds me of someone I once knew, went to see the bank manager without realising her skirt was caught up in her knickers at the back!

Irene said...

That's hilarious. I'm sure you gave some people a good laugh. See it as your good deed for the day. xox

Stephanie V said...

That's my giggle for the morning. Thanks!

sapphireblue said...

Cool breeze!!!

sandy said...

haha....funny visual. I tried to read past posts last night but after the move i passed out from being tired.

i'll try again later

Finding Pam said...

Rudee, that is too funny!

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

Oh I love you girl. That would look pretty cute. How is work going?
QMM

Brenda said...

That is hilarious!!!!

Rudee said...

Dear Miss 376,

I went in and out of the house several times and walked around like that for about an hour or so with nobody saying a word. It was static cling from the laundry that caused the problem.

NCmountainwoman said...

Too funny! Hope the jaw is fixed and on the mend. Don't make him laugh.

The Bug said...

LOL - I think a TRUE PSA would show a visual guide - just to make sure we really understand. Heh.

Gail said...

Oh, no! And Hubby has complained about dryer sheets in his pants. I will tell him, it could be worse.

Mimi said...

Lolololol!

Denise Seffens said...

Had that happen to me with a pair of jeans.

Didn't know it til they fell out the bottom of my pants leg while walking down Main Street during rush commuter time.

I just kept going as fast as I could, pretending not to have noticed what I left behind on the sidewalk.

SkippyMom said...

Oh, poor Rudee. It just isn't your week girl.

Still, you have to admit - it could only happen to us, eh?