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to be perplexed by GITD knickers?

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ChaosTrulyReigns Fri 13-Nov-15 19:06:30

Have bought DD1 some galaxy GGITD pants as a stocking filler postage cost more than the pants grr, but HOW do they work?

Surely, for them to be energized, they need to be exposed?

Do I actually want DD exposing her pants? Did I think thjis through?

And don't get me started on the "wash at friffing 30 degrees" that I noticed after I'd ordered them.

BanningTheWordNaice Fri 13-Nov-15 19:09:38

How old is DD1? I only ask because you're risking a 6 year old flashing her knickers to show how cool they are. Not stating this from experience with flashing holograms...

BlueMoonRising Fri 13-Nov-15 19:54:37

Nope, not a clue what you are on about.

BlueMoonRising Fri 13-Nov-15 20:00:54

Oooh, got it! Glow in the dark!! Umm. I can see why you are concerned. Maybe keri then for nighttime because they don't glow in daylight?

ChaosTrulyReigns Fri 13-Nov-15 20:30:22

She's 16, BTWN. Is that worse?

Blue, it's a puzzlement, iinnit?

bluesbaby Fri 13-Nov-15 21:02:40

Did she ask for them?! Strange gift. Is she a pole dancer or aerial artist?

cardibach Fri 13-Nov-15 21:30:45

Glow in the dark pants seem a bit pointless.
I was almost e erything at 30 degrees - what bothers you about that?

PippaPug Fri 13-Nov-15 21:37:47

Seems pointless but fun stocking filler!
Where do you get them from?

AnchorDownDeepBreath Fri 13-Nov-15 21:40:04

Do they have anywhere to "hold" charge in the fabric?

They might charge when you wash/dry them, if so.

cranberryx Sat 14-Nov-15 21:31:54

Maybe you could get her some glow in the dark uv nail Polish to go with?

I don't think she'll be flashing tbh, unless she has a history for it.

ChaosTrulyReigns Sat 14-Nov-15 21:32:30

Yes, bluesbaby, my 16yo DD is a pole dancer. hmm I bought them fir her fir the sane reason I bought my DS batman pants. Ok?

They were from Etsy, PippaPug. Whizz now and nut some, not sure anout delivery times.

Pants need to have a little bit more heat in that there wash, I do believe, cardib.

JassyRadlett Sat 14-Nov-15 21:35:30

Pants need to have a little bit more heat in that there wash, I do believe, cardib

Not this thread again! grin

There's no actual evidence that they do (so long as soap is introduced to the wash) but it makes a whole lot of people a lot happier.

HippyPottyMouth Sat 14-Nov-15 21:46:35

I had some from Asda a couple of years back. They did glow in the dark enough to amuse me, and, indeed, DH. They survived washing at 40 along with everything else.

steppemum Sat 14-Nov-15 21:53:41

I think she will need to dance around her bedroom in her knicks with the light on for half an hour before bed, and then she can wear then in bed and giggle at the glow.

momb Fri 20-Nov-15 13:54:39

She'll need to keep them on her windowsill, then just slip them on for the evening once fully charged smile

YellowBucket Fri 20-Nov-15 15:53:07

I had some from Asda too Hippy - mine were black shorts with glow in the dark cats. They make me smile.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Fri 20-Nov-15 16:09:23

grin @ just slip them on for the evening once fully charged

iPhone charged-check
Oystercard topped up-check
Glow-In-The-Dark-Knickers- charged - check

Good To Go wink

CesareBorgiasUnicornMask Fri 20-Nov-15 18:03:59

Does GITD stuff need charging?! shock I thought it was just an intrinsic magic property of the material...

This explains why the stars I stuck in my wardrobe as a child never really glowed. I thought they were just cheap!

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