Saturday, 9 May 2009

Keeping up our standards

All right, Dulwich has got the highest incidence of swine flu in the whole of the UK, if not Europe, possibly the world, and there's hardly a soul to be seen in the village, but really, ladies of SE21, even if there is a lot on our minds at the moment, there's no excuse for forgetfulness about our apparel. Times of crisis or not, it always pays to have a quick peek before leaving the house, even if you're just popping to the supermarket. Someone tell my neighbour, please!







16 comments:

Nicola said...

OMG that is hilarious! I'm not sure my bum would be looking quite so cheerful under a bright yellow dress.

kestrel said...

Droppin by your blog, opps that was a funny sunny smiley post.

rosiero said...

That brought a smile to my cheeks too.

splodge said...

Spectacular capture!

Sometimes it's all a woman can do to keep her morale up during these trying times.

Mickle in NZ said...

Truely had me laughing out loud - so loud I woke up the cat. I'm still chuckling!

Potty Mummy said...

Fantastic! I bet there's a teenager off from alleyn's who is happy with a job well done...

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EmmaK said...

OMG an appalling fashion faux pas!!
What's it all about does she still have those pants from when she was a teen and was into raving and Acid House?

rosiescribble said...

Noooooooooooo! That's hilarious. Do they really sell smiley knickers?

Maternal Tales said...

Oh no - poor woman!! Her children must have been wetting themselves with laughter and pride that they pulled it off. I wonder when she noticed!!

Anonymous said...

What was on the other side?

Yummy Mammy said...

Just nearly splurted tea at the computer screen. Love it

Suburbia said...

Ooops!

Did you tell her?!!

DulwichDivorcee said...

Hi Nicola, I'm sure yellow is your colour ...Kestrel, hi and thanks for dropping in, Rosiero, you are naughty!

DulwichDivorcee said...

Splodge, yes, right place, right time ...or wrong ...or something ...Mickle, please apologise to your cat on my behalf! My own Mme Bovary hates being woken up ...Potty, yes, it's great that they're putting all that pricey education to good use ...

DulwichDivorcee said...

Indeed, Emma, those are deeply scary pants ...Rosiescribble, I hope they sell them, otherwise she made them herself!!! Maternal Tales, yes, I bet her childen counted that a job well done ...Anon, I like your style! Yummy, glad to have distracted you a bit, Suburbia, no, I'm afraid I decided that all messengers would be shot ....