Laughing so much I couldn't tell them what was the matter.

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Honey

Laughing so much I couldn't tell them what was the matter.

Been to the pub for a meal with friends tonight. Super time. Stood at the bar and had a drink before going over to the table to have our meal.

As we were ready to go, I looked under the table for my handbag and noticed something very familiar, a pair of slippers that looked like the pair I had at home, except mine weren't at home, they were on MY FEET !!

I walked out of that restaurant much quicker than I walked in !

H x

P.s. The worrying thing is, this isn't the first time I've done this. We were down in Cornwall a few weeks ago and I drove the dogs to the beach and was parking in the car park before I realised... Yep, I was sporting my lovely slippers!

p.p.s. And no, they don't have a furry collar round them !!

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Sue G

Laughing so much

Oh Honey that is so funny.

A few months ago my mother in law took her mother shopping, they go once a week as she is 98 years old. M-I-L makes her mother hold the trolly, this day she kept tripping over her feet and laughing. After a few minutes M-I-L finaly noticed that her mother had lost her knickers, the elastic had gone and they were round her ankles.
To make matter worse, they were laughing so much, her mother lost control and did a pee pee.

M-I-L now goes to a different supermarket

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Essex Girl

Slippers

Just proves how comfortable they must be Honey. I once went shopping to Bluewater in my muddy old dog-walking shoes which I had forgotten to change.

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Anastasia

Made me smile

Did anyone notice that you had your slippers on ?

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Honey

Laughing so much I couldn't tell them what was the matter.

Anastasia... :o) I flippin hope not! And certainly not the other three I was out with (;o) I blame them for not noticing!). I think the problem is they're Hotter's Slippers and feel like you're wearing (comfy) shoes. ;o) Mind you, they are described as lilac and loganberry and don't exactly go with black trousers and a black and camel top!!

I think I will have to train myself to look at my feet as I grab my handbag before leaving in future.

We just howled with laughter and were the noisiest table in the place. I think they were glad when we left!

SueG... I was close to wetting myself, I was laughing so much.

H x

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violet eyes

going out in slippers

thankfully that hasn't happened to me,yet. The OH once got as far as the car in his slippers but when my son was in his teens he spent the day in odd trainers.
If you had been on a trip to the supermarket I don't suppose you would have looked out of place as many people also shop in pyjamas.

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Sheila

SHOPPING IN SUPERMARKETS

Yes isn't that awful? It shows they haven't had a shower either and probably haven't even washed.

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sandra

Laughing...

Great Gran always tucked her hankie inside her bloomers. Never a problem.

That is until the fateful day local newspaper arrived to mark her 100th. birthday. Happy smiling faces and you can guess.....

Not good.

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Honey

Great Gran

:o) Good on her !! Love it.

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sam from worthing

mis-haps

i had really comfy court shoes from marks and sparks - in black, navy, brown and red.

was winter time - turned lights off, put coat on at 7.30a, spent the day at work and going shopping at lunchtime - when i got home at 7pm - OH asked me why i was odd shoes - one brown one navy....had no idea as the heel height was identical.

Not one person and i worked with told me (and the office had about 12 people) - they must have noticed??!! surely???

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Essex Girl

Sam's Shoes

That reminds me of going to London for an "Old Girls'" lunch wearing my comfortable-to-walk-in shoes because I wanted to go shopping first.... one was black and the other navy. Luckily no-one noticed as I was wearing trousers.

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violet eyes

Great Gran and her hankie

what happened? I don't get it.

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violet eyes

Sandra's Great Gran

come on you lot, someone please tell me what happened.

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Welshcookie

Bloomers

Well presumably she needed her hankie and dived up her skirt to retrieve it!

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violet eyes

hankie in her bloomers

oh I thought it might have been something "worse" than that. Thanks anyway :0)
If I don't have any pockets or sleeves I put a tissue in my bra.If it's needed that can be a bit embarrassing if in company.

 
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