Sweet Memories

| TX, USA | Parents & Guardians, Sons & Daughters, Spouses & Partners

(My dad is getting ready to sell his house and is in the process of cleaning it. I’m currently married, and don’t live with my dad.)

Dad: “Definition of uncomfortable: how a father feels when he cleans out the former bedroom of his youngest daughter, and discovers a pair of edible crotch-less panties.”

Me: “Oh, thanks! I was looking for those. Lost those in, like, 1996.”

Dad: “FYI, gummy candy crystallizes in 15 years or so.”

Me: “Even better. The hubby loves rock candy.”

Dad: “And now we know another definition for the word uncomfortable.”

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