It should have come with a warning label!
I'm talking about my new sweater. My very snazzy sweater. My sweater that makes me look like I'm ready for a game of polo.
See what I mean? I think it's cute. And it's is very warm. I wore it to work today and for the first time since that day last summer when the power was out for 2-hours and employees were dropping like flies, I was not freezing.
But I did encounter a bit of trouble today while sporting my snazzy sweater.
Stop reading this now if you are easily grossed out.
(Note that my blog posting comes with a warning label. Too bad my sweater didn't.)
I'm not sure if it's a design flaw or user error (or both), but the first time I sat on the toilet at work, my very snazzy sweater landed in the toilet water.
The good news is that I realized it before I...um increased the water level in the toilet. (Which is quite an accomplishment, considering how badly I had to use the bathroom at the time.)
I stood up quickly and surveyed the damage. As I swung the back of the sweater around for inspection, I inadvertently flooded the side of the bathroom wall with a tidal wave originating from my sweater.
As a side note, It is absolutely amazing just how absorbent my snazzy new sweater is. It would give Bounty paper towels a run for their money.
But lucky for me, only an inch of my sweater got wet.
It could have been worse. Way worse. I won't go there.
Yep, this snazzy new sweater definitely needs a warning label.