Monday, November 16, 2009

How to tell when a woman is pissed

These have been going around for a while so probably most have seen them, but they are still fun.

Judging by those the only thing that really pisses a woman off is cheating. :)


Deirdre Bunny said...

that and a jabby bra underwire.

Lesley said...

Don't even ask how much I hate wearing bras of ANY kind.

Deirdre Bunny said...

Hrm. Well. That only tempts me to ask, but I will respect your wishes (though I assume that you hate wearing them... A LOT).

I don't mind wearing wireless bras so much, but I like sports bras the best. And on special occasions, there is of course vinyl.

I have a friend who sleeps in her bra sometimes. WTF is that about? Even I couldn't hack that.

Lesley said...

Sometimes I wear a corset or something fun like that on special occasions, but on a daily basis I mostly wear sports bras. No matter what kind I wear it is off within the first 5 minutes of getting home. I never wear one at home and I can't imagine sleeping in one. Can't say I have ever found any kind that feel comfortable after a few hours of wear.

Deirdre Bunny said...

I work from home, so I have this weird routine where I dress as if I'm leaving the house (which helps me differentiate between work and home), so, I wear my bra for most for the day, but at about 9 or so, it's my time to relax, so the bra comes off, and on goes the nighty.

One thing that cracks my girlfriend up is that I have this sock fetish but my socks have to match the nighty I'm wearing.

Then I basically sit up all night, drink, smoke and read up on UFOs.

This post has become almost entirely random.

Lesley said...

I also work from home, when I work, but my dress code is sweats (or shorts and tank tops in the summer) and no bra. I only wear "real clothes" if I go out somewhere.

Not much of a sock person, but the drinking, smoking and UFOs are pretty much how I spend my nights too. :)

Deirdre Bunny said...

That's great! I know of no other women that are even remotely like me. It's refreshing to know that I'm not totally alone!

Socks: They are strange indeed. I used to hate them. And I do hate them for half the year. But somewhere over the last 2 years, I kind of developed a hankering for them, particularly knee-highs. They are no substitute for my furry leopard print slippers though!

Tullulah said...

Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!