Thursday, December 24, 2009

More Gift Ideas

Last one for the year, for you last minute shoppers.

I'll generally ignore a few small holes in my undies, but when they become too far gone I just go to Costco and buy a bunch.

Apparently, though, this idea is too simple for others...

12 comments:

Dr. Tonya said...

The problem is - even moreso than the kit itself - is that a 32 page instruction manual is included. We all know that men don't read instructions. LOL. Merry Christmukuh Dr. Grumpy! Wishing you and yours a wonderful holiday and a Happy New Year!

Anonymous said...

For $9.95 you could buy a new three-pack of Izod cotton boxers at Sam's. Or, am I thinking like a silly broad again instead of a man who would attack the problem with duct tape? But wait, I have just one equation I'd like to put on the record: duct tape + short 'n curlies = howling mass of shrieking man-boy. NOW who's the silly broad?

Christine-Megan said...

You buy new underwear versus trying to repair what you already own? What a waste of resources! People like you are what's wrong with America these days.

Anonymous said...

I've been wondering what to get hubby for Christmas. Thanks for the tip, Dr G! No more waste from unnecessarily throwing things out. HAHAHAHAHAHA

Wishing a wonderful holiday to the Grumpy family and your staff at the office.

Sandra

Anonymous said...

Sponsored by McGyver, no doubt. You know that duct tape fixes everything :)

Love yer blog Grumpy - have a great holiday with the fam & keep on writing those hilarious episodes of your life.

Murgatr
Pharmacy Technician
RDC '06

Gert said...

I wish you had posted this two weeks ago, in time for it to arrive for my hubby for Christmas!

He insists on wearing his undies until they're just falling apart...he likes the softness of the worn material.

Anonymous: you could buy three new pair for the price of the kit....but hopefully the kit will fix more than three, therefore making it the economical choice!

Merry Christmas!

vicki said...

um, don't you think that it is a joke? a gag gift for that guy you know who never throws anything away, or something?

*feels like a total party pooper*

River said...

The only really necessary part is the duct tape. That stuff holds anything together.

WarmSocks said...

"Fix it on the fly"????
I don't think so!

Cathy said...

Underwear is still a sore subject in this house. Years ago (more than 25) when my husband refused to put down the toilet seat and my ass hit ice cold water at 3 am, I sewed the fly shut on every pair of underwear he owned. Unknowingly he got up, got ready and went to work. He was a uniformed police officer and wore 40 pounds of addition gear on his uniform. When he stopped at a restroom to take a pee he found his fly had been sewed shut. He had to take everything off and sit down like a little girl. It maybe caused the biggest fight of our 37 years of marriage but he NEVER left the toilet seat up again either.

KC_the_professional_pt. said...

Forget the duct tape folks: "safety pins" being anywhere near the anatomy of your procreational (hence some of the most sensitive) parts is what made me squeal. Someone please explain just WTF you'd need "White Out" for (unless it's to use an an inhalant just in case that safety pin wasn't so safe...)?

remus-chocolade said...

That's not an underwear kit, that's a MacGyver kit.

 
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