Mumsnet Logo
My feed

to access all these features


Secretly smug about this...

9 replies

bupcakesandcunting · 17/05/2011 14:24

I just got whistled at by a bloke loading stuff into a White van. I did the obligatory tut/ haughty flounce but when I got past them I was like this Grin

I've been feeling a bit miserable about my expanding arse voluptuousness of late so it perked me up a tiny bit. Don't worry though, it's not gone to my head. The bloke and his mate looked like they'd been breaking rocks with their heads so they probably have low standards.

AIBU to feel a teensy bit pleased about this or should I have ranted at them about sexism?

OP posts:

petitepeach · 17/05/2011 14:27

I would feel secretly pleased too! Better than feeling invisible in my opinion, which is of course just my personal opinion..Wink


cookcleanerchaufferetc · 17/05/2011 14:28

Stand up straight, stick your boobs out, give a J-Lo booty wiggle and smile! YANBU at all!

And tell the husband!!


MsToni · 17/05/2011 14:29

Forget sexism :) Most females fancy being whistled at :) Good for the ego.

Tell me though, how do I get an expanding voluptuous arse? :)


mumblechum1 · 17/05/2011 14:30

God I'd pay someone to wolf whistle at me these days


Hullygully · 17/05/2011 14:33

You shouldn't need validation from rock breaking heads, Buppy. In fact, you should be insulted that they thought they were in with a chance.


Sqee · 17/05/2011 14:37

You tart! :o

Gosh no, I would sell my DP if it meant getting the odd whistle/car honk every now and again! Ahh those were the days!


petitepeach · 17/05/2011 16:44

Sorry I have to add to this... a delivery driver just called me 'sweet darling',

I know, I know but I still liked it! Grin


bupcakesandcunting · 17/05/2011 16:46

I am never sure whether to take them seriously. I am still haunted by Pagwatch's "as you were, love" story :(
OP posts:

petitepeach · 17/05/2011 16:49

hee hee I am going to take it where I can still get it and be grateful! Grin

Please create an account

To comment on this thread you need to create a Mumsnet account.

Sign up to continue reading

Mumsnet's better when you're logged in. You can customise your experience and access way more features like messaging, watch and hide threads, voting and much more.

Already signed up?