Saturday, April 28, 2007

Get it right

Dear Fruit of the Loom, Hanes, Children's Underwear makers of the world,

Would you please put the large character on the front of the children's underwear so that my child will not have to wear his underwear backwards anymore. I would think that with the technological advances and progressive thinking in the underwear industry today, you would have figured that kids want to be able to see who they are wearing. Until then, we will continue to wear them backwards so we can see Spiderman, Batman, Lightning McQueen, Superman, Hulk, Power Rangers, and Scooby up close and personal.

Thanks so much.

13 comments:

love.boxes said...

Oh ... everyone is laughing at this one! This sounds like #3 big time. Little c says that she is so glad there are no characters on hers so she can wear her underwear frontwards. :)

Lindsey said...

(Excuse me while milk shoots out of my nose.)

So funny.

Jenni said...

Tiff, I am glad little c said that and not Big C, I'd be worried!

Shauna said...

What about wearing them on their heads? Yep. Where would the picture go then?

Denise said...

Don't worry Jenni, we all blame Mo. We all know where Max gets this. I'm guessing this creates quite a thong effect. How pleasant.

acte gratuit said...

HERE HERE!!! Sammy looks like a puppy chasing his tail every time I get him dressed in his new "big boy undies" these days.

Bartimaeus said...

Yes, then they may stop pointing and laughing at their butts all the time!

allysha said...

Amen.

michelle said...

My boy does that too!!!! And it drives me nuts!! while we are at it, do they really need that little pocket in front, yeah my four year old is going to use that for sure! Thanks for the laugh!

Jenni said...

right, the pocket, no way, they just strip down completely right?!

Nan said...

That is hysterical!

Tania said...

This poat has made me decide to push back Jacob's potty training a few more months ...

Tania said...

And I guess I need Liz's resolution to spell check my comments! I meant "post", of course.