Riddle me this

So, you’ve been up for an hour or two, and a visit to the bathroom reveals that you are wearing your underwear (panties/pants) inside out.

What do you do?

Do you continue to wear them inside out for the rest of the day, or do you take them off and turn them right side out? Or, if the opportunity exists, do you change into fresh underwear?

If you continue to wear them inside out, does it irritate you all day?

Or would you not even notice what way your underwear is, even on a good day?

Not that anything like that would ever happen to a Flamingo Dancer… oh no, never.

19 thoughts on “Riddle me this

  1. Years ago (when I had a newborn) I woke up and discovered that all of my clothing was on inside out–and I knew it wasn’t that way when I went to bed. The question is: what was I doing in my sleep, hmmm?


    • When our children were babies and we still went to Sunday church, I cam home from church one day and realised that I had my pullover on inside out. My Mum had handknitted it and she wasn’t the best at cutting threads, so I even had a few threads hanging off. It no doubt cemented my reputation for years to come.


  2. Recently my husband asked me if I thought he’d been walking funny all day. I didn’t notice, maybe because he sits at his computer about 8-10 hours a day. He informed me that his briefs, which range from black to bright red, were inside out that day. I’m sure he would have noticed if they were on backwards, at least I hope so.


  3. Not only deliberately wear them inside out, but back-to-front as well….that way you get 4 times the wear. I’m surprised Snowy wasn’t right onto this.


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