We accept VISA or Master Card but NOT 36 Double D's
By Simply June on June 21, 2012
It's been quite a memorable week for me.
Chest pain, hard to breathe
End up in the ER, thought I was having a heart attack.
Undress, put on stylish hospital gown
lots of tests & four hours later, Cleared to go home
got a good night sleep
Wednesday - go nowhere, take it easy
I woke up feeling much better
Ran to the store for milk
Pulled my wallet out of my large purse
See cashier get a very odd look on his face
I look down
Realize my bra was still in the purse from changing into a gown at the ER
Bra has somehow managed to hook itself to wallet
Bra has escaped purse, apearantly wanting to meet new people
Try acting like that did not just happen
Saw old guy in line laughing at me
Panicked and started to say the first thing that popped in my head
Which was, "It's not mine!" But that sounds even worse.
What kind of Maniac carries another woman's bra in her bag?!
I tried my best to act like this sort of thing is no big deal
It didn't work and I exited the store without saying another word
Horrified beyond words and yet I'm laughing
Maybe I should have said, "You should see what else I"ve got in this bag!"
I'm not up to date on the latest Bra ettiquite
What's the best way to handle this sort of situation? Either way,
Bad Bra - no more outings for you.
Has anyone else ever embarrassed themselves because of the contents of your bag?
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