WARDROBE MAL­FUNC­TION

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - NEWS -

Deb­bie the Soc­cer Mum, be­ing a busy mum with get­ting the kids up to the school bus ev­ery morn­ing, takes a dim view of peo­ple park­ing over her drive­way, es­pe­cially in the morn­ing panic. But a fool­hardy chap with a con­crete mixer did just that the other day and made him­self the tar­get of Deb­bie’s in­fa­mous vit­riol. Not a lot of it can be re­peated in a fam­ily pa­per, un­for­tu­nately, as we would run out of as­ter­isks, but you can imag­ine the flow. Any­way, while she was stand­ing there in the street giv­ing this gen­tle­man a right dress­ing down, Deb­bie her­self was barely dressed, “barely” be­ing the word for what she mis­tak­enly refers to as “py­ja­mas”, and this poor con­fused chap had not only Deb­bie’s mirac­u­lous ver­bal as­sault to con­tend with but the spec­ta­cle be­fore his eyes, not least of all a “wardrobe mal­func­tion”. Even if he could have got a word in edge­wise he would have been speech­less.

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