Saturday, June 4, 2011

WHAT THE!!!!

Why I make THEM empty their pockets before I wash their jeans!!!



12 comments:

Lisa Criswell / Indigo's Beads said...

what the heck is it???!!!

Carol said...

Well, we wondered if it might be a possum skull. Since they found it at the county park, its probably some kind of ground critter. We had fun putting it places to scare their mom. But it found its way back to the top of the washer and scared the crap out of me when I passed by. I live in a house full of pranksters!!

Cyndi L said...

Ohmygosh!! That is just too funny. I had to make my daughter wash all her clothes separately just because of things like this. I was *already* washing mine separately for the same reason ;-)

Kristen said...

Yep always always empty the pockets but I have not yet found something this unique! LOL

A Creative Dream... said...

You know... there is just not much to say to that... but it is pretty cool.. how long before you paint it like an old west cow skull???

Momma Bear said...

I have two comments right away.probably more to follow.
eeewwww!
and hey that's pretty cool!
looks like it needs to be boiled to get the scummy off.
and boys will pick up the darndest things to play with!
just make sure you let them know it make me screech all you like but it doesn't go in the fridge or freezer till its clean!

Carol said...

THAT made me laugh!! Do you really think I touched that thing without a plastic bag over my hand!!

Whytefeather said...

Oh my... so glad the boys never surprised me during the laundry like that! Lol!
I do like that idea of painting it like an old steer skull or some such. Don't know if I would be able to do it though :)

crystal said...

Boys will be boys! :-)
Smart Bama though - to have the "empty your own pockets" policy!

xoxo
Crissie

Little Treasures said...

Well, boys' pockets hide the most curious of things I would say!!

Plays with Needles said...

Yuck!!!!!! I think i'd have to re-wash that load of laundry!!!

Cathie said...

Hahahahahahaha I laughed so hard when I read this. Ahh the stories "pocket goodies" could tell.