I found this sign (hung ever so professionally with packing tape), at a dressing room where my college girl was trying on clothes. I would now like to add to the sign...
IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN
YOU SHOULD NOT BE TRYING ON CLOTHES AT THIS STORE
BECAUSE THEY ARE ALL INAPPROPRIATE FOR YOU.
Whew. I feel so much better now. I have been holding that in for a while. I took my daughter to this store because it is cheap and while most of the clothes are of questionable taste, there are gems to be found. Like the cute $10 button down shirt I got for my daughter. To add to the classiness of the store, the dressing room itself is like a giant girls locker room, without the lockers. No partitions, no privacy. Another reason the store selection should be restricted to the very young. I don't care to see anyone's business trying to squeeze into a dress 2 sizes too small. Not a pretty picture. Yes, I live in Las Vegas so cleavage and booties are pretty much in season all year round but that does not mean I have to look at it.
Me: Look at these Daisy Duke shorts. Why don't they just call them underwear and get it over with.
Daughter who gets it: Because if they call them shorts they don't seem so sluty.
So while we are on the subject of completely awesome conversations with my daughter...
I was teasing her about the country music she had us listening to in the car.
Daughter who gets it: Country music has good values. They sing about God and family. You should be glad I am listening to it.
Me: You mean like Cowboy Casanovas?
Daughter who gets it: Would you rather me marry a Cowboy Casananova or a pimp?
Hmmmm. Good point. Glad I am raising one of the good ones.