Paul: WHAT IS THAT?
Me: What are you talking about?
Paul: WHAT ARE YOU WEARING?
Me: A dress?
Paul: That’s what it’s called?
Me: I’ve worn a dress before.
Paul: You look AMAZING.
Me: Thanks, buddy. But it’s just a t-shirt dress.
Paul: So it’s like a shirt connected to a…
Me: Skirt. Yes. Seriously? This is not the first time you’ve seen me in a skirt or dress.
Paul: I think it is.
Paul: You look beautiful. You should wear them always.
Me: I don’t know about that…
Paul: It looks like you’re growing another baby in your belly.
Me: …and that’s the last time you’ll ever see me in THIS dress.
Looks like someone wants another baby!
Someone needs to find a different uterus.
From the highest of compliments to the dreaded ughhhghghghg moment. I KNOW YOU LOOKED BEAUTIFUL, babes.
Oh dear. Out of the mouths of babes, eh?
Based on my experience, tact doesn’t really kick in until they’re in their 20’s.
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