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Friday, March 12, 2010

Just so you know....

I haven't lost my sense of humor....O called me into the bedroom and pointed at his sock drawer.  I glanced down and asked, "is there a problem?"  


'Of course there is mouse, can you not see it?"  


I looked down and saw the socks lined up in a row and shrugged, 'no, I guess I don't.'  


He directed my attention to the row of argyle socks, and nestled between the black, and brown was a white sock!  Oh the humanity!  


Did I mention he has a different drawer for white socks?  


I grabbed the sock and left the room while he huffed.  I returned an hour later and showed him the sock.  I had taken a sharpie and drew diamonds in black.  He looked at it and didn't miss a beat, "mouse the sock should be black and diamonds white, actually I prefer a nice off white or even beige, or brown...."  His voice trailed off.


I don't think A's the only one on the spectrum in this house.

20 comments:

  1. *laughs* How cute is this and totally something I would do.

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  2. Gray,

    kinda bummed I did it backward tho. But really was I going to waste that much of a sharpie pen?

    hugs,
    mouse

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  3. LOL Mouse,

    That's something I would do but would put it back when P wasn't looking and let him find it.

    Have a great weekend.

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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  4. ronnie,

    Oh I have got to remember that for next time!

    hugs,
    mouse

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  5. This sounds like something i would do - but thank goodness Sir only wears white socks - though matching those up is a horrid task - never knew one man could have so many different "kinds" of white socks...

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  6. Cilla Noir,

    Oh Master has a whole drawer of what he calls gym socks. And ya those little suckers are horrible to match up. He gets quite upset with me when a Haines sock is paired with a Nike one.

    I'm like, they're both white.....

    LOL

    hugs,
    mouse

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  7. That made me laugh! Nothing like the wrath of a Sharpie marker. And you have to love the smartass yet playful nature of it. I love it!

    (Sorry O, but that was funny) ;)

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  8. To all,

    Yes my slave can be quite the minx, having said that I must admit that is rather nice to have some laughter in the house. Far too much time has passed.

    And, in case any are wondering, though I tried not show it, I found it humorous as well.

    Now mouse, about that spectrum crack....

    Cheers,
    Omega

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  9. Hm, see, I guess this is where it counts to have a clear understanding of what's acceptable and what's not to the master. If one of my Ladies pulled that, I'd smile sweetly and just comment "Cute", and then at our next magical scene I'd create lovely Sharpie fishnet stockings complete with bows and seams on that lovely smooth flesh. To include the toe seams and details acrossed the bottoms of the feet. I point this out because I know Omega reads these, and even if he isn't irritated, semi-permanent fishnets might amuse him. Mouse, your feet aren't ticklish are they? (As if that matters)

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  10. heheeeeeee. made me giggle.
    -r. xxx

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  11. MC,
    At the great risk of becoming unpopular, I really enjoyed your idea.
    O

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  12. DV Sir,

    I think O kinda enjoys it too....my sense of humor that is.

    hugs,
    mouse

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  13. MC,

    Oh thanks....;-)

    hugs,
    mouse

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  14. Master....

    eeeeeeps again and hides the sharpies...

    yours

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  15. rose,

    lol...ya me too as I was coloring those socks...

    hugs,
    mouse

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  16. *giggles maniacally* and whispers "you go, girl"

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  17. spirited one...

    hehhehehheeeeee

    mouse

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  18. LOL, I found this quite endearing. :-)

    Even from my vanilla perspective, I find that teasing can be done both from a dominant and from a submissive standpoint. Just like the teasing between parents and children, where I think that especially fathers can be prone to teasing their kids in infuriating ways, but also kids teasing their parents, knowing that they're safe and will be understood. Kind of testing their wings a little bit. Where the adult's streangth, superiority and ability to take a joke without their position being threatened is implied. Or think of a playfull puppy or kitten. Although, they don't always know when they've passed the limit, and just might have to be swatted away. ;-)

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