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Those embarassing moments- Chocolate Disaster

July 19th, 2008 by Rose DesRochers · 3 Comments

How does your child make money for the summer if they are too young for a tradition summer job?

Some children deliver papers, other children babysit and some children participate in fundraisers like chocolate bar sales. Yesterday, on the way to pick up my son from his summer job we made a stop at the new dollar store that opened up. On our way out of the store we noticed a young girl selling chocolate covered almonds. She was asking people coming in and out of the bank if they would like to buy a box. I watched numerous people decline.

Because, I’m a sucker for chocolate, and for helping out a child, I had my husband purchase a box. She was selling 2 boxes of the chocolate covered almonds for $5.00. Hubby bought two boxes and then we left to pick up my son. Hubby sat the box of chocolate covered almonds between his legs, so he could eat them while driving down the highway. Two must have fallen unnoticed.

To make a long story short when he got out of our vehicle the little girl I provide respite care to says ” Shawn what’s all over your pants.” Imagine wearing beige shorts and sitting in chocolate on a hot summer day. What a mess. I won’t say what it looked like, because I’m sure you can imagine. I wanted to take a photo of hubby’s shorts, because I told him that I was so going to blog this, but he declined to be photographed.

Lesson learned: Don’t eat chocolate covered almonds while driving.

Have you ever accidentally sat in something?

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3 responses so far ↓

  • boomergrl49
    Wrote: Jul 19, 2008 at 2:46 pm

    gum. Very hard to get off tan shorts when the gum has hardened! 😕

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  • Tammy
    Wrote: Jul 21, 2008 at 8:10 am

    I raised 3 boys, during that time I have accidentally sat on something many times, nothing memorable though.

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  • Daly
    Wrote: Jul 24, 2008 at 11:38 am

    The ingredients:
    -Short white shorts with rhinestones on the back pockets
    -Raspberry covered dark chocolate kisses
    -Movie theater

    Eat some and drop some while watching a movie so when you walk out of the theater, every girl is staring at your bum and it’s not because they’re admiring the rhinestones on your shorts.

    It literally looked like I took a dump in my pants. Yeah … the movie was THAT good, I couldn’t bring myself to leave for the restroom.

    At least someone mentioned it to your husband; no stranger dared say something to me. And I wanted my husband to take photos but he wouldn’t because he was dying of laughter to hold the camera level. Hey…what could I do but continue to walk towards the car.

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