Posted by sean on July 26, 2005 at 6:23 pm in Fun At Home, TBA with No Comments

I’ve been off work ill the last two days, nothing serious, just some 48 hours bug which left me feeling a bit unwell. I was in a condition that while I wasn’t well enough to work I was not bed ridden with a vomit bowl an thermometer up my bum.

A good few hours of yesterday were spent moping around the bedroom, this lead to a fair but of mess as the day went on. As I normally like to keep the bedroom relatively orderly I decided today to tidy up this afternoon.


While tidying and vacuuming up I noticed a layer of black fluff all over the carpet. I realised this had come off a set of new socks I bought last week. The floor looked like some balding black mouse had been running around the floor leaving its fur behind.

Umbro Socks – 50% Fluff

Another problem with the “sock fur” was that it was a real bitch to vacuum up as it had become embedded. Once collected it formed a large cluster, there was enough fur to make a whole new sock! So here’s a tip Umbro, next time you make some socks, please use less fur. You’ll save money and it won’t get stuck in people’s damn carpets!

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