As a mom, you definitely don’t expect to have to explain what thongs are while your kids are still young.
Well, a mom named Heather Nicholson had a little explaining to do on that front after her son came home…with a thong.
But it’s ok, Heather knew exactly where it came from, and she has the internet in hysterics over her story that she shared on social media.
Facebook; Heather and her son Hunter are pictured above in her car
Her son Hunter got into the backseat of her car one day as she picked him up from school.
It started out as a normal after school kind of procedure, until Hunter said to Heather, “Momma, something funny happened today.”
Heather replied to him with, “Oh yeah? What’s that?”
Hunter then whipped something out of his pants that had Heather completely stunned.
“He starts rolling up his pant leg and pulls out my THONG!”
Hunter explained to his mom while holding it up for her to see, “I found this during music class!”
Heather said, “YOU GUYS my freaking thong was static clinged to the inside of his pant leg!”
If that’s not funny enough, wait until you hear why he held onto it.
Hunter told his mom he knew she would probably want to get her undergarment back, so this is what he did.
Heather went on to explain, “He said he panicked and just shoved it back up there and left it all day because he thought I would want it back!”
And when it kept sliding down, he had a pretty good strategy in place for getting through the end of the day without any of his classmates noticing.
“Then he said he kept pretending to tie his shoe all day to shove them back up his pant leg,” Heather said.
She burst into laughter along with the rest of us, and she mentioned, “After I caught my breath, I snatched them back and said “THANKS, SON!”
She ended her hysterical story with, “I mean, if you don’t save your moms thong, are you even a mommas boy?”
Have you ever been victimized by static cling? Let me know in the comments below!
Bre is a female millennial go getter residing in New York. One part entrepreneur, one part geek, she obtained her degree in Textile/Surface Design from The Fashion Institute of Technology.
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