Thursday, June 05, 2008

Should I be worried?



Dear bloggers

Should I be worried?

At work, I opened my laptop bag today and found a damp (clean) black sock in it. I have no idea how it got there. It is mine though.

Two hours later, whilst walking across a busy road, a blue and white stripey (dry) (clean) sock fell out of my trouser leg. I picked it up pretty quickly, in case anyone spotted (and worse still, mistook it for a pair of pants).

Distractedly yours,
Lynn

5 comments:

  1. Is this a one-off or a worrying trend towards becoming a scatty old lady?

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  2. The other day I took a pair of shoes out of my wardrobe and found a pair of knickers stuffed inside one of them.

    ?!!

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  3. Lucy

    Let's start a facebook group

    "Have you ever found small items of YOUR clothing in an unusual place?"

    THM
    My colleague and good friend P (PF!) says I'm going to be one of those mad fifty-something older laydees who wave flags and do that kind of b-a-a-a-a-a-adly in-step charismatic dancing to "these are the days of elijah" (or similar)

    PS I'm miles away from being fifty-something.

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  4. My mum says "Grey hair is hereditary. You get it from your children". The same could be said for whatever's afflicting you!

    Or, more sinister, maybe you also have a sock monster. We have one who eats single socks so that the other one is partnerless for however many months/years it takes me to admit defeat.

    He/she also makes all white socks very very dirty-looking and unwashable. At least, I personally think it's the kids running out into the garden in their socks that does it, but they seem to disagree there is any problem with this whatsoever.

    Ax

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  5. Staying Anonymous!9:07 PM

    You don't want to know what I've found stuffed in clothing in public places...you are not alone!

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