I recently received my first issue of "Cookie" magazine. It's sort of a "GQ" magazine for children. Since I frequently forget to change my children's clothes, even after they have covered them in a fine coating of Cheerio's and cat hair, you would be right in guessing that I didn't order "Cookie" magazine. It just arrived with my name on it.
(Note: When I'm in charge there will only be ONE SHADE OF PINK! All pink shirts will match all pink pants. NO EXCEPTIONS!)
Today, I received my copy of the Hanes catalog, which I ordered. At least that's what it said on the plain brown wrapper it came in. Now, don't be mistaken, I'm perfectly capable of ordering a catalog that arrives in a plain brown wrapper but I didn't order this one. I don't need a catalog in order to see bras and panties. I do laundry.
Has my tenure as a stay-at-home Dad finally leaked out to the world at large? Am I now receiving these "Mom friendly" items because the marketing people assume that I want them (and in the case of the Hanes Catalog...... am a cross dresser)?? I can remember when I was 23, I used to get that little catalog that was full of funny, naughty stuff (like a t-shirt that says, "Beaver patrol".... Ha! A Riot!!). Where the hell is that stuff now?! Just because I'm a stay-at-home Dad doesn't mean I don't want a coffee mug shaped like a tit! C'mon!!
Gotta go... Oprah's on.