Either way, I am declaring a National State of Emergency.
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Yet More About Where's Wally Onesies
Too many people are googling Where's Wally Onesie and arriving here on my blog. I am assuming these people are just having a laugh and are not actually contemplating purchasing the said offending item of clothing.
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Where's Wally? Easy, it's the *@#* wearing these!ReplyDelete
I couldn't have said it better myself, Martin!ReplyDelete
OK, I've been under a rock for, oh, about a year and all the talk is of onesies. It's dungarees all over again, isn't it? I mean, onesies would make it a bit tricky for ladies to go to the loo, no?ReplyDelete
I'm just glad I'm not part of the Tesco pyjama police squad ...
I can't believe they made staff dress up in PJs in Tescos, Mrs B. I hope those poor assistants got extra pay!ReplyDelete
I once had a jumpsuit (circa 1990) and I even had a pair of blue dungarees back in 1983. They were both a pain in the arse when it came to visits to the Ladies. However, at at least they looked nice whereas a onesie just make the wearer look a complete idiot. I expect Russell Brand has a wardrobe full of them.
Urk! They would be skin-tight. That has put me right off my mince pies and mulled wine!ReplyDelete
(The poor check-out lady in Tesco today had an elf hat with EARS. I was too polite to say anything. Indeed, what was there to say?)
That poor woman Mrs B. I expect she is on anti-depressants now...ReplyDelete
Onesies are great - until you want a wee.ReplyDelete
Thanks for all the laughs this year Jane and I wish you a Happy Christmas - keeeeeeep writing!
Anna May x
Thanks for visiting my blog throughout the year and for the Christmas wishes, Anna May:)I hope you have a wonderful Christmas too with lots of that Irish laughter!ReplyDelete