I really did!
It was when we lived in rural NSW, Australia. He had the most enormous dong, that reached the ground, and the sight of it would make my Mother laugh hysterically!
Frock-70's, opshopped. I love this frock, it fits like it was made for me! And, I think it cost me a whole $2!
Handbag-my lovely Rex, vintage, opshopped
Being Friday, I scooted off for a bit of opshopping after work. I was hoping to match Vix's recent successes, and didn't do tooo badly.
This hilarious 80's lace frock was $5.
I think anyone could see the potential for $5!!!
I feel in my waters that it will end up dyed and far away from it's current self....
I also got:
A vanity case
Some old lime green beads
A darling wee straw evening bad
Some vintage buttons
A few books
A 60's frock pattern
A pair of vintage boots. I initially thought they were 70's, but upon trying them on, realise they are 60's!
Plus a couple of tartan mugs (a lot of ours were broken in the quake) and some kitcheny bits.
I'm really quite excited by the pattern. It has a collar!!! And a scarfy thingy!!!
O, about the donkey song.
I'm sorry darlings, but I actually don't even recall singing the song, much less the lyrics.
G just said that I was wailing away at the top of my voice, and there were a few ooo's and donkey dongs were mentioned.
It's Friday night!
I have a head covered in henna right now, and Snuffbox will be practising tonight.
The drummer's darling wife, Niclole (we went to their wedding not long ago) is coming over too and we are going to have a bbq and then she and I will watch a movie or something girly whilst the boys bang away.