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I am not offended in any way by this, I actually think it's hillarious. I walked into Subway for lunch today and a worman asked me if I was pregnant!? I said just a little bit!
To the lady in Subway:
Here's your sign!
HA! I love when you can tell people are trying to be nice about it, but it just comes off stupid. I have students in the school I work at ask me if I'm pregnant and I say no as seriously as I can and walk away. LOL, I think it's funny.
I had that happen at Micheals last week when i was buying, of all things, baby yarn. I wanted to say "nope..just fat." But I just said yes.
Here's your sign.
CVS Manager while I was picking up Prenatals, 8 months pg: "Are you planning on becoming pregnant?"
***I do believe this will be my favorite line EVER FOREVER!
The day before I went into labor, I was getting on the elevator at work and a coworker I hadn't seen in a while stepped into the hallway, grinned huge and pointed at my obvious bump. I just couldn't help laughing at his expression. He told me he'd seen me walk buy a few times in the last month and wondered, but he stuck his foot in his mouth once long ago and was determined not to do it again. He thought he was pretty safe this time, though, as I had the walk to go with it :)
I told him he needs a better link on the office grapevine if he hadn't heard the news yet! :)