Clothing Experiments that put Mr Him to Shame


Dear reader, my oldest and I have separately and coincidentally taken part in clothing experiments.  Now I know its normally Mr Him that partakes of this sort of sedentary activity as he finds it less exhausting then jogging but oldest and I decided to find out what he sees in such occupations.

My clothing experiment activity took place at the black tie dinner last week.  When I say black tie I mean black jackets, black trousers,  black dresses. Yes 499 of the attendees wore black. 


The 500th, me, wore sparkling bright red.  Chris De burgh rather came to mind.  


Following in my footsteps the young online shopping genius one woman Thunderbird Team  (my oldest daughter) came home from work the next day dressed as Wonder Woman. As she's a dental nurse we at first thought this a major work attire faux pas, until she showed us the photos. 



Mr Him immediately sent off an email to the dentist requesting suppliers of such work based apparel. He has plans to fly to work in future.  

The trains have been diabolical recently, I do agree, so I can see why he's tempted. Below are queues and crowds I have experienced in the last 2 weeks alone. 
 


 Today we drove as there was signal problems. We rallied up one of his colleagues and one of mine so we had a matching pair and headed to work motor vechularly.  When his outfit arrives he's going to carry us on his back as he swoops across southern England.  We look forward to that.  He's working on his pricing tarrif as I type. 


7 comments:

  1. Well done you, love your red dress.

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  2. You are rocking that red dress. I assume you behaved. It would be very risky not to, when you were so readily identifiable...

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  3. Beautiful dress - a rose among thorns. With all the extra security at the moment, Mr Him had better get flight permission, or the SAS might shoot him down!!

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  4. You look fabulous in red! Thanks for your funny comment today!

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  5. Loving the dress - were all the others men? Nuns? Priests?

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  6. Thank you for your complimentary comments.

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