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To think that this was a very unusual outfit for visiting a hospital in-patient

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throwingpebbles Mon 04-Jul-16 21:05:33

In a very long traffic jam to park at the hospital.

A bmw screams past the traffic and squeezes into the gap in front of me (left so cars could pull out of a junction).

The driver gets out of the car, runs round to the boot in a tight rubber mini dress ... As she bends over to get out a huge "get well" balloon and a gift bag i can't quite avert my eyes quickly enough as she reveals her knicker less ness to the world.

not quite sure what to make of it but I guess some patient was about to get lucky shock

milkbottle Mon 04-Jul-16 21:06:24

Maybe she is visiting her elderly sugar daddy.

Hassled Mon 04-Jul-16 21:07:03

grin. You should have trailed her to see who she was visiting.

throwingpebbles Mon 04-Jul-16 21:13:45


Iamthegreatest1 Mon 04-Jul-16 21:15:48


Iamthegreatest1 Mon 04-Jul-16 21:16:54

Very traumatic that must have been for you OP, but at least you were in the right place grin

Hardtodeal Mon 04-Jul-16 21:18:28

Hey, maybe she came straight from work?

Paintedhandprints Mon 04-Jul-16 21:19:29


AnchorDownDeepBreath Mon 04-Jul-16 21:26:15

Maybe she was hoping to cause a heart attack, a la Footballers Wives?

You're probably going to need lots of brain bleach. I imagine her knickerlessness will haunt you for a while at inopportune moments.

MLGs Mon 04-Jul-16 21:29:35

I also think you should have followed her.

throwingpebbles Mon 04-Jul-16 21:34:34

I wondered that anchor ...

I might have been tempted to follow her but not with the worlds smallest yet loudest toddler in tow grin

Lweji Mon 04-Jul-16 21:36:37

What did you expect her to wear with a tight rubber dress?
Granny pants?

Anyone else wondering what was in the gift bag?
I'll suggest handcuffs.

throwingpebbles Mon 04-Jul-16 21:38:25

Fair point lweji grin

was it you??

Lweji Mon 04-Jul-16 21:40:01

You got me.

NeedsAsockamnesty Mon 04-Jul-16 21:42:03

I will confess that I showed up at A&E once wearing PVC it was the fashion back then I had been about to join a birthday party when I got the call about my child being run over

BeenThereTooSEL Mon 04-Jul-16 21:45:13

If I was sick in hospital I know it would cheer me up now end grin

KissMyArse Mon 04-Jul-16 21:45:25

Did the rubber-clad woman leave her car parked across a junction as she squeaked her way off into the hospital?

throwingpebbles Mon 04-Jul-16 21:46:02

needs flowers

This was 3 pm though...

throwingpebbles Mon 04-Jul-16 21:48:35

kiss no she did squeak her way back into the front seat, gifts in hand, and get as far as the car park at least!

It can't have been that unexpected a visit for her as she'd managed to pick up balloons and handcuffs gifts etc grin

SaucyJack Mon 04-Jul-16 21:54:16

Was it the St. Nicholas hospital in Newcastle?

BeenThereTooSEL Mon 04-Jul-16 22:00:05

Are you the rubber dress babe Saucy? grin

throwingpebbles Mon 04-Jul-16 22:22:12

No, other end of the country saucy

Don't tell me there was more than one person wearing an outfit like this visiting hospitals today? shock is this a new "thing" , like taking pets into hospital to cheer up patients?

Lweji Tue 05-Jul-16 01:17:48

It must be a recent hospital visit fashion. I saw one, not too different to the one mentioned in the OP, the other day and not in the UK.

NovemberInDailyFailLand Tue 05-Jul-16 01:48:34

Seems sensible. Waterproof and wipe-clean! What's not to like?

hesterton Tue 05-Jul-16 01:56:55


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