Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Flirty Aprons


As I was contemplating life on the way to work (and the fact that the cost of fixing Constantine's ujoint is more than my faithful little CR-V is worth) I saw a sign for Flirty Aprons. I own a flirty apron. It was a gift which I appreciate because I didn't have an apron and I actually use it. But I don't use it to flirt. I use it to cook. I am not sure what the benefit of having a flirty apron is over having a regular apron as I am not even sure who the apron would flirt with. If the purpose is to flirt with the menfolk... I am sure as long as they are getting dinner they couldn't care less about the type of apron utilized to make said dinner.

5 comments:

Karen E. said...

I have seen the ads for flirty aprons. They make me fear for the future of humanity.

Holly said...

I have three (3) flirty aprons, all gifts. Two of them coordinate perfectly with the color scheme in my apartment and I have them hanging on a hook in my kitchen. I hope that you will not judge me. The funny thing is, I almost never wear them. To cook or to flirt.

smithfieldman said...

They probably serve the same person as a French maid outfit.

T-Ray said...

Its just to look cute. But you are right... all you need is the food to get the men.

Anne B. said...

Using a flirty apron to flirt in the home makes me think of using a hospital gown to hit on nurses--you know, because they're both bare in the back. No matter how hard you try, that is NOT CUTE.