Read this. The term is pants but the syndrome is exactly as described. Many of these women can be recognised by their up their own arrse status of 11/10 and by their brazen wearing of white jeans, even when they are on! Their shit is apparently odourless and their husbands are rarely seen except when something distasteful needs to be done or paid for.
I'm more worried about a society that produces creatures, of either gender, who are so self-centred that they can only give their love to their child if it's of the right gender and, presumably well-formed and healthy.
Children aren't designer accessories and they deserve all the love and nurture we can give them regardless of perfection or lack of it.
Sorry, just realised this is the NAAFI any sensibleness was purely accidental.
oh joy, another bored housewife with internet access. *eyeroll*
"Being a mum of an only child is really hard work you know. I drove him to school this morning and his dirty jeans are in the wash, I'll have to hang them up after my shopping spree. Thanks for leaving the credit card hubby!"
One can see from her obvious verbosity that she prefers to juxtapose a whole series of words and sentences, some might even say paragraphs to make a point that could, in all fairness and within the bounds of possibility have been made much more succinctly using far fewer words.
Edited to add: I know Chuckles would have put it far more eloquently than I but he doesn't appear to be around at the moment.