my son is 13 and he still wear undies cartoons

(33 Posts)
thekus Sat 04-Jan-14 08:17:00

my son is turnd 13 , he didnt change much in the pass couple years , but i need him to start change and be an responsible teenege.
i think he is little old for his spiderman undies , but he keep telling me that im the only one who make a big deal of it . how i can make him to stop wear theme

dawntigga Sat 04-Jan-14 12:17:23

rpitchfo do you live in the Vale Royal area or could you move? We have some fabulous characters around here ranging from Johnny Depp woman to Elvis woman. I feel that wearing their pants over their trousers person would complete our set grin

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KareKare Sat 04-Jan-14 12:20:57

I bought my 11 year old lots of plain pants for his first term at secondary.

He is still wearing his Simpsons pants!

muppetthecow Sat 04-Jan-14 12:27:33

Judging by what's on the clothes airer in the corner, DH pants have been Thundercats, Star Wars, Mr Hanky the Christmas Poo, and Danger Mouse over the past few days. He's 33.

He does have 'smart pants' to go under his suit when he has occasion to wear it though. I think he's afraid to go to a posh 'do' in cartoon pants grin

Rosencrantz Sun 05-Jan-14 21:22:20

When girls are on the scene he'll stop wearing them by himself. Don't worry.

BackforGood Sun 05-Jan-14 22:11:48

Not necessarily Rosencrantz - my ds is 17 and much prefers his cartoon character underwear.
As others have said - he will tell you when he wants plain ones for a bit before he reverts back to more 'fun ones as he gets older.

Really had to laugh at the words "responsible" and "teenager" sitting next to each other as if that were a 'thing' though grin

CalamitouslyWrong Sun 05-Jan-14 22:16:24

Responsible teenager is an oxymoron. grin

I have to keep telling my 13 year old off for wearing his brother's pants (boxers). DH doesn't seem to be able to tell the difference between pants for a 4 year old and pants for a 13 year old so he just bungs a selection in both of their drawers. DS1 just pulls on whatever pair comes first and doesn't seem to notice that the age 3-4 ones are a bit tight!

Patilla Sun 05-Jan-14 22:17:14

There are ladies sesame street pants at Asda?

Awesome! That's my Monday planned!

Nataleejah Mon 20-Jan-14 13:38:56

Get him some of Hello Kitty for a joke :D

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