The Laundry CAN’T wait!

I’m ashamed to admit this. But true to “Real Life” doctrine of admitting I’m not the perfect mom and housewife, here it goes.

This morning, as I got out of the shower, and began to get dressed, I looked in my und*rwear drawer, only to find… NO und*rwear. Well, actually, there were und*rwear: the Vict*ria’s S*cret ones that I mistakenly bought. I didn’t see they were “low-rise,” and they barely cover the junk in my trunk, IYKWIM.

Anyway, I looked all around, in the laundry baskets full of clean laundry, yet to be put away. I double checked my t-shirt drawer to make sure I hadn’t accidentally put them in there. Nothing.

This is where it gets really embarrassing. I actually considered wearing my husband’s briefs. I tried them on, even. (Oh, come on, you’ve never thought of it?)

In a last ditch effort to find suitable undergarments, I looked in the dryer.


I’ve never been so happy to see the words “Hanes for Her” in my life! (I actually found my br* in there, too, so I could stop wearing my old nursing br*s)

So what’s your worst laundry nightmare?


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  1. Coma Girl says:

    I honestly have loaded my family up with tons of underwear and socks (and I mean tons; thank you Walmart), so laundry can wait if it has to.

    “What? Your shirt smells? Spray some febreze on it, it will be fine. You have clean underwear, that’s all that counts.”

    Love your honesty!


  2. OK – I’m feeling not so alone now! Sadly, the last place my family checks for underwear is the drawer – it’s usually found in the laundry baskets or the dryer. Maybe this will be the summer that I overcome this problem!


  3. Anonymous says:

    Laundry Nightmare…The thought of my husband doing it. I’m a little OCD with laundry. We have about 20pr. of undies each, so we could last through a prolonged natural disaster.



  4. Oh, that would have to be the open Sharpie that I left in the dryer with ALL of my sons’ jeans (yes, two sons) and ALL of my husband’s work pants. It was about three months ago and I am still trying to live it down.


  5. Laci – You may not have food and water after a natural disaster, but you’ll be clean!

    Kristi – What a nightmare! And it’s exactly something that would happen to me!


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