Friday, September 11, 2009

Mom's Pet Peeve = My New Bed

Dad does something that annoys Mom. When he has clothes that he's worn, but aren't dirty enough to be washed, instead of putting them away, he piles them on top of the chest-of-drawers. It drives Mom crazy. I have found that I can get pretty comfy on top of his clothes.
I hope he doesn't mind a little fur.



The Army of Four said...

Oh, wow. That looks comfy, Wilbur! I hopped up on top of my dad's dresser when I first got here - he has the tall kind... you know, about 4 feet tall? It was cool. I could see a lot up there - and shredded some silk plants that were up there. Sadly, there wasn't a comfy pile of clothes to lay in. Sadder still, Stormy told me in no uncertain terms I was NOT to do that again. I'll dresser-sit vicariously through you, OK?
Play bows,

The OP Pack said...

Now why would you want to lie on dirty or semi-dirty clothes? The best ones are the ones fresh out of the dryer - soft, warm, and so sweet-smelling.

Our Mom's pet peeve about clothes are the ones that are put in the wash inside out. Her rule is - if it goes into the wash inside out, it gets folded inside out and then put in the drawer - not her worry how he wears them:)

Woos, the OP Pack

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...


It's MEW again....


Hugz&Khysses To The Furry Beasts,

Stella said...

Just ignore Khyra's rude comments, she really loves you and wishes you were her cat!

I don't know why your Dad might mind if you roll around on his clothes. If they aren't ready for the cleaners when he puts them there, they will be when you are finished, right Wilber?


Kira The BeaWootiful said...

Wooos! our kitty Bentley does the same thing to our Daddy's clothes, and he does the same thing to is clothes as your daddy, they are not dirty if he only wore them a couple of hours, but stacks his anywhere he can find, on the ironing board, the nightstand,the dresser.....
-Kira The BeaWootiful

Tracey and Huffle said...

Wilbur, your dad is probably putting those clothes there just for you. He just tells your mum something else to confuse her. I'd do exactly the same thing if we had a dresser.

Huffle Mawson

Biloxi and Siber-sibs said...

We try to teach Pa to put da clothes away or in da dirty box.
If'n he don't, we takes dem and chews on dem instead.

Husky kisses,

Ozzie the OZmonster & Zowie said...

If I could get on that pile of clothes, I would take a nap there too! That looks super comfy and probably smells pretty good.


Princess Eva and Brice said...

Our dad does the same thing but sadly, his dresser is too high for us to jump up on.

Princess Eva

Smilingpug (aka Winston Wilbur) said...

Wilbur,isn't it wonderful to have a new bed! We totally do that at home too! Whenever mum puts out the clean clothes on the bed us two girls like to curl up on the clothes. Mum then says something about fur all over the clean laundry, but our argument is that at least we don't shed as much as that big fat pug!!!!

Cyber-sibes said...

Woo look prety comfy there, Wilbur. Our old kitty Chiow Chow was quite the clothes-nest connoisseur too. He's leave l-o-t-s of fur behind!

We don't do that.
Woos & a-roos,
Star & Jack a-roo

Woodrow, Luna, MJ Campanella said...

mommy does the same thing - and so does sweetie - mommy leaves her sweat pants and shirt on the bed - and sweetie thinks that is an invitation to nap

Woodrow - Sweetie - MJ

Holly and Khady said...

I think he leaves them there for you on purpose, but just lets your mom think he "forgot" to put them away!

And, besides, no outfit is complete without fur!!


Maverick the Pirate said...

Ye need to go to me blog Harrr.
Cap'n Maverick the Pirate

The Bumpass Hounds said...

Hey Wilbur,
GReat to hear from you. Our dad leaves clothes in a pile next to his night stand. Everyone piles stuff on top of Radar's crate at the foot of the big bed and that is where Alex does what you do. Hey, whatever makes your day guy. We're sorry that you don't have an "I Love me" wall like Steve & Kat. Oh well, we're sure it's just a logistics problem and that you really are part of the family.