To All Party Girls....signs that it's time to go home. - page 2

To All the Party Girls Signs It's Time to Go Home 1. You have absolutely no idea where your shoes are. 2. You've just had to get someone to help you pull your pants up in the ladies room. ... Read More

  1. by   kids
    Every man in the place is gorgeous, single, smart and employed.
  2. by   mattcastens
    Originally posted by KristiWhite2377
    Just in case anyone's curious, here is a web site that can help to teach you how to master the finer points.

    http://www.restrooms.org/standing.html
    OK ... now I've seen everything. I thought I had before, but I was wrong.

    Now if only the guys could learn to pee sitting down.
  3. by   shootemrn
    I dont know why I neveer seen that list before it is soo funny!:roll
  4. by   OBNURSEHEATHER
    That site is hilarious Kristi! Sending it along to all the girls I know!

    Heather
  5. by   hoolahan
    Well, I never lost my shoes, but I have lost several pairs of panties.... :imbar:

    Too funny!!
  6. by   kids
    Originally posted by hoolahan
    Well, I never lost my shoes, but I have lost several pairs of panties....
    I am really glad I am not the only one...doesn't it suck that it always ends up being a favorite pair!

    Doesn't it suck even more when a pickup truck drives by and you recognize them hanging from the antenna!
  7. by   kids
    Does any one else remember what it was like to be young and dumb?

    When the essentials in your purse for a night on the town included lipstick, tooth brush and condoms?

    Anybody eles glad they live in a new town now that they have grown up?

    Don't mind me...just getting an urge to get hammered and dance on a table.
  8. by   micro
    I remember what it was to young and ........ off my "gourd" and in the parking lot instead of in at the lover boy's concert...........

    what was I sm.........?

    "memories of the way we were"
    "basic water color memories of the way we were"
  9. by   hoolahan
    *sigh*

    Yes, I do long for the good old days.... and YES I am glad I live in a different town!!! And glad the residents became doctors at different hospitals! Once mu husband and I got caught by the cops in the back of his car. We both wildly were pulling our clothes on, and then tried to convince the officer we were just listening to music in the back of the car. The cop shone his flashlight around the car and said to me, "Do you always take off your underwear to listen to music Miss?" (Da*n, so that's where they went!!) Well, at least that was one pair accounted for!

    Once hubby and I parked on an old country one-lane gravel road, wouldn't ya know someone had to come down the road at a crucial moment? He hopped into the front seat and drove down the road to the main road stark naked! He'd kill me if he knew I was writing this!!! LOL!!

    Once I went out wearing a really cute jumper/shorts outfit, suitable for clubbing. I was just a tad embarrassed when my step-father casually pointed out to me when I came home very late, that my clothes were on inside-out (I was 22, legal by then, but still living at home.) And, no, I'm not telling you how they got that way !!
  10. by   live4today
    Originally posted by KristiWhite2377
    Just in case anyone's curious, here is a web site that can help to teach you how to master the finer points.

    http://www.restrooms.org/standing.html

    It's a skill, that's for sure. ;>P
    Too funny! :chuckle :chuckle :chuckle
    Can't wait to try it out...in front of me hubby of course so I can catch the expression on his face when he sees me standing to go potty! :chuckle :roll :chuckle
  11. by   sandstormsdust
    Quote from hoolahan:
    "Once mu husband and I got caught by the cops in the back of his car. "


    Who hasn't got caught driving back roads with boyfriend...

    When I was a teenager - I was more afriad of my mom finding out then for the cops to catch us..... :roll:
  12. by   hoolahan
    Stardust, my mom knew every cop in the township! That created a problem, but most of the time, they never asked for ID, just wanted us to "move along..." Ah yeah, that's what we were trying to do before you interupted!!!

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