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Friday, May 15, 2015

I’VE NEVER BOUGHT A TOWEL


I’VE NEVER BOUGHT A TOWEL
The other night Mrs. C and I were watching a reality TV show.  This couple was shopping for towels.  They bought a towel for $83.  This of course started a fight.

“Eighty-three dollars for a towel?  That is ridiculous!”

“Why, is that high?”

“Are you kidding?”

“No what should a towel cost?”

“For a dumb towel?  Maybe thirty bucks…what are you, stupid?”

“I don’t know, I’ve never bought a towel.”

“You’ve never bought a towel? You’re almost 70 years old and you’ve never bought a towel? Have you been living under a rock?”

“Oooh, I’m sorry.  I’ve sailed boats, played different sports, played musical instruments (badly), traveled (under protest), flown a plane (sort of), skied on snow and water, I don’t know…I’ve done lots of things, sorry, I’ve never bought a towel.  I guess I missed that on the list of really important things to do in your life…BUY A TOWEL!  What is that, number 175, or 386 on the list? Is it before or after feed a camel?”

“You’re a jerk!”

“I gotta get up early tomorrow.”

“Why?”

“I’m going to the store; I have to buy a towel.”

“You really are a jerk.”

 “Ah can I ask you a question?”

“What?”

“Where do you go to buy a towel?”

“I hate you!”

23 comments:

  1. I applaud Mrs. C for not having killed you--yet!!

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  2. Anything can make your life into worries...

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  3. Kinda of like hubby not knowing how to run the washing machine a few years back.......

    betty

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  4. For $83 I'd expect four or five towels. Most of mine are bought on sale, the really big ones, called bath sheets 1m x 1.5m, I get for $15 each when they're on sale.
    I'm not surprised you've never bought a towel, you've always had women in your life who do the towel buying.

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  5. You'd be safe in my house. I wouldn't allow hubby to buy a towel on the grounds that men are useless at doing such things.... agreed?

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    1. More useless at folding said towel.

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  6. I agree with Valerie. I believe in the sexual division of labor and buying towels is "woman's work."

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  7. I was about to comment that my husband has never bought towels, when I remembered that about 5 years ago he was Christmas shopping for his daughter and came upon some Egyptian cotton towels -- they were beautiful and he bought her two. He then decided he rather liked them and bought some more -- for himself. I think he bought 6 more -- they were on sale -- you could have knocked me over with a feather!

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  8. If you pay more for a towel than bed sheets, you have some serious issues. lol

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  9. too funny. i'm a cheapskate and buy them at wal-mart or dollar general or big lots or something like that.

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  10. Agreeing with TexWisGirl -- i buy at the cheap store where i can get them for about $5. And Sweetie's never bought any, either. It's okay, he'd probably go for the more expensive ones, then use them to clean up after the cats.

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  11. I'm through laughing enough to tell you I love this. I'm thinking "What have I never bought?" and my answer pretty much is "Nothing." That's what happens when you stop being married at age 29.

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  12. I bought some towels back in the day.
    They were hideous orange things, but they did what they were supposed to do and nobody ever stole one.

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  13. I agree with TexWisGirl; $5.00 at Dollar General buys a nice big fluffy towel. Sheer luxury at a low price. The money you save can go for a marriage counselor.

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  14. What Marcia said. Bwahahahahahahahaha.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend Cranky. :)

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  15. Good grief, I've never paid more than $15 for a towel! And resented it all the way! The best facecloths I've ever had came from the dollar store. And I don't think my husband has ever bought a towel either. If we ran out he'd probably use a t-shirt.

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  16. This post completely proves that you are not and never have been a woman. Towels are a girl thing. For me ten bucks buys a luxury towel.

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  17. Try Bed Bath and Beyond for towels. I haven't bought many, but I did buy a few to help our son stage his duplex so he could sell it.

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  18. WHAT? You've never fed a camel? You’re almost 70 years old and you’ve never bought a towel OR fed a camel? Have you been living under a rock? :)

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  19. I have seen a set of towel for about seventy two dollars in Burlington Coat factory.

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  20. Yes, I'd try Bed, Bath and Beyond too though I don't think I've ever bought one either.

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  21. I don't think my husband has ever bought a towel. I don't buy them very often - we use them until they are so thin they just disintegrate. I still have some towels that I got for a wedding present when I got married to my ex. That was in 1979. And yes, they were orange. Ha.

    IKEA is a great place for getting towels, too.

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  22. Darn it, Pixel Peeper! I was sure i had the oldest towels! That's what I get for commenting so late.

    I bought a set of five towels with matching washcloths back in 1981 when I got my first teaching job. They were Sears Best. I don't remember what I paid for them, but we're still using them today.

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