Holy crap! check your kid’s ordered clothes for… crap

Getting ready for swimming today my oldest started screaming that there was pee in her new swimsuit we ordered from Belk. I figured a stain or something probably nothing but came into the room and the freshly opened swimsuit indeed had urine and a slight streak on a “removable liner for fitting purposes.”

Used items, got no problem with… don’t think we purchased knowing it was used, will have to ask the wife. The liner however was well used.

You know, I debated putting a picture in here, I’ve got one of the urine drop or two, I don’t have anything of the streakishness, it’s in the trash, you want an unedited pee picture you can have it but I’m not hosting it here.

Pulled the strip off, it curled a bit, got on my hand as I was trying to chuck it in the garbage, and yeah… lemme tell you how pleased I am with Belk at this moment.

As I was dealing with washing the pee sticker off my hand, my kid decided to put the bottoms on which got a resounding “no, pick a different swimsuit that wasn’t peed in by strangers!” from all adults in the house.

Once again, no problem with used / previously tried on clothing but had we known it was used it would have gone into the washer first thing, been inspected, etc.

I mean really, who expected pee when ordering online? Who looks at a swimsuit that’s been on the rack and doesn’t check for this stuff?

Paul King

Paul King lives in Nashville Tennessee with his wife, two daughters and cats. He writes for Pocketables, theITBaby, and is an IT consultant along with doing tech support for a film production company.