/ Just found my wifes...

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luke glaister - on 25 May 2013
Hi all. Im at a loose end. just been through the wifes sexy drew and found a lush pair meatloaf apple catchers.
On the front they said. I would do anything for love.
And on the back. But I won't do that....
Jim C - on 25 May 2013
In reply to luke glaister:
Dangerous Territory Luke.

My wife would see her stuff as private, and my snooping an invasion of privacy, granted not under law, like me snooping into her phone, which would be covered by law ( not that I would do it)

luke glaister - on 25 May 2013
In reply to Jim C: Haha it was more a stumble than a snoop officer...;-)
Rob Exile Ward on 25 May 2013
In reply to Jim C: I'm impressed - I have absolutely no idea what he is talking about.
luke glaister - on 25 May 2013
In reply to Rob Exile Ward: And nor should u at your age.
MJ - on 25 May 2013
In reply to Rob Exile Ward:

I'm impressed - I have absolutely no idea what he is talking about.

I would suggest, that by looking at the 'Urban Dictionary', neither does the OP: -

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=apple-catchers
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=a+meatloaf

On the other hand and apologies if this is the case, perhaps his wife is in fact a bit of a bloater and who has no interest with sexual interaction with him...
luke glaister - on 25 May 2013
In reply to MJ: Hahahaha Bang to rites. Nice links. Seems I've been doing it all wrong. :-)
nniff - on 25 May 2013
In reply to MJ:

Or maybe 'Meatloaf', whose lyrics form the punchline of the post.


Do keep up
estivoautumnal - on 25 May 2013
In reply to luke glaister:

Shouldn't you know by now?
MJ - on 25 May 2013
In reply to nniff:

Or maybe 'Meatloaf', whose lyrics form the punchline of the post.
Do keep up


I know exactly why the word 'Meatloaf' was included in the original post.
However, my version is much cleverer.
Anyway, who the hell would use the word 'Meatloaf' to describe ladies undergarments? It certainly doesn't sell itself as a sexy or glamorous product.
Then again, it probably isn't as bad as the 'Lemmy' range of exotic lingerie and as for the 'Shane McGowan' summer collection of corsets and bustiers, what were they thinking...
MJ - on 25 May 2013
In reply to luke glaister:

On the front they said. I would do anything for love.
And on the back. But I won't do that....


Were they made by C&A?
tom_in_edinburgh - on 25 May 2013
In reply to luke glaister:

Just be glad she bought those pants instead of the ones with 'To Let. Enquire within.'
birdie num num - on 25 May 2013
In reply to luke glaister:
The back of Mrs Num Num's knickers have normally got more skid marks than Brand's Hatch starting grid.
coinneach - on 25 May 2013
In reply to birdie num num:


You MUST stop wearing them num num.
MJ - on 25 May 2013
In reply to birdie num num:

The back of Mrs Num Num's knickers have normally got more skid marks than Brand's Hatch starting grid

Have they also got a 'Wide load' label on the back and 'Danger Deep Excavations' on the front?
In reply to MJ: Excellent)
MJ - on 25 May 2013
In reply to Submit to Gravity:

Maybe a Appropriate PPE To Be Worn When Entering This Site label could be used as well?
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nniff - on 25 May 2013
In reply to MJ:
> (In reply to nniff)
>
> Or maybe 'Meatloaf', whose lyrics form the punchline of the post.
> Do keep up
> However, my version is much cleverer.
If you say so.

> Anyway, who the hell would use the word 'Meatloaf' to describe ladies undergarments? It certainly doesn't sell itself as a sexy or glamorous product.
Meatloaf, perhaps? Novelty rather than risque though

> Then again, it probably isn't as bad as the 'Lemmy' range of exotic lingerie and as for the 'Shane McGowan' summer collection of corsets and bustiers, what were they thinking...
Now we''re in complete agreement


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