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Date: 2/16/12 3:12 PM

A friend of mine posted a picture of a (*ahem*) male anatomy plushie (*cough*) on her Facebook page. I commented and was joking when I said:

"I could probably sew up one of these for ya..in various colors too ‎... and sizes."

She caught that and asked if it would be too difficult to do. I said "Actually, no. LOL."

Ok, so now I think she really wants me to make her one.

I told her I was going to Joann's tomorrow, as I have a coupon that starts tomorrow, and can pick up some fabric if she REALLY REALLY REALLY wants one. We'll see if she says yes.

I later on commented by saying...

"I suppose I could do a muslin first..."



It would be my first on purpose muslin ever.


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Date: 2/16/12 4:09 PM

You had better be careful or people will start asking you to make the little pink bottoms in the jar.
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Date: 2/16/12 4:27 PM

Ahem indeed. So, what sort of fabric are you going to use? CORDUROY??? (Bad Barbara, go stand in the corner.)

And color? I favor beautiful flowers myself.

Also, I have only been married to my husband in life so I have no experience with these things, but I am given to understand that these objects come in different, um, well, shapes and sizes. So are you going to use models, or?

And if you do make this, WE WANT PICTURES!!

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Date: 2/16/12 4:55 PM

This is just too funny Years ago, my husband use to get the occasional "adult" magazine I saw an ad in one for a knitted "ahem" cozy. I don't know how I did it, but I actually copied it from the picture and made it to "size"...LOL....That Christmas, under the tree, all wrapped in pretty paper, his very own hand knitted "ahem" cozy.

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Date: 2/16/12 5:04 PM

How did you explain this to your children??? I am agog.

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Date: 2/16/12 5:10 PM

Ok, so I am a little bit embarrassed. Here is EXACTLY what she said:

"Would it be hard to make, Jayne?"

Several comments and a couple of hours later I FINALLY got it, her double entendre.

o_O

Dudes and dudettes - I am SO TEMPTED to go ahead and make her a plushie, not tell her and then send it to her with the comment, "See. it's not that hard."

Of course, pictures will be forth coming.




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Date: 2/16/12 5:10 PM

Quote: Franksdottir
How did you explain this to your children??? I am agog.


I don't have children and neither does my friend.
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Date: 2/16/12 5:53 PM

The ubiquitous "they" say it is good to laugh out loud daily... This takes care of that...

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Date: 2/16/12 6:10 PM

One in slinky perhaps? You know, for a good tight fit. Some ruching perhaps?
Oh I know - BEDAZZLE IT!!

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Date: 2/16/12 6:15 PM

The mental images are making me breathless.

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