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Butt necked

That's right I said Butt Necked. Thats the name of my latest adventure with clipe (yes it's G rated) for those of you who were thinking otherwise. My adventure started on Sunday when clipie left to go back home for the week. According to "him" he asked me "Would you have enough clothing to do you the rest of the week if I took your clothes home and washed them?" According to certain source I said "Yes". Fast forward to Sunday night about 10 pm est. Clipie gets a call
"Hi honey do you remember my clothing pile on the floor? Where did it go? I want to wash my clothes (since I didn't have any clean ones left).
(clipie) I have them.
(me) What do you mean you have them? (panicky)
(clipie) I have them they are with me, I brought them home to wash them

Pause: Doesn't every one love a man who is willing to help with laundry?

(So I thought he was taking his clothing home to wash not mine)
So what am I supposed to wear?
You mean you don't have enough clothes?
No I only packed for four days.
You mean you don't have another suitcase?

The situation resolved it's self yesterday at Walmart, TJ Maxx, Fashion Bug and Macy's
Let me clearly state I love men who try to help with the laundry.

blessings a


Debbie H said…
Sounds like a win-win situation, you got your laundry done AND a shopping spree, woo hoo!
Deborah said…
WOW. What an excuse to shop. I love it.
Chelle said…
that is one of the funniest stories i've heard in awhile
especially the "necked" part

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