Apparently I sleep Gary a lot. But I maintain that everyone does. Right? RIGHT?
I did a sneaky Gary on a plane once which I thought went unnoticed until people three rows behind me began to complain about the smell and FOB looked at me in mildly concealed disgust.
Quiet yoga class. Downward dog. Enormous Gary.
My DH did a Gary in bed the first night I stayed over! He's lucky I'm not offended easily cause it could have been the end for some!!
My Dad is called Garry so this is a great thread!! All the times he's garyed over the years!!
Not me, but ***** it was funny.
I was recently staying with family, so there was my aunt, uncle and their 4 kids plus my mum, DH and I. We were all in the lounge room one night and my 7yo cousin sneezed really loudly and "Gary-ed" really loudly at the same time. Everyone turned to look at her, and she looked stunned. We all just lost it at that point. It was hilarious. Even now I get the giggles thinking about it. We called this a "Snart". Poor thing didn't like it when we kept bringing it up, but we all still laughed as hard as the first time.
Bending over to pick up a large dog at work and an equally large Gary snuck out. All was good until the client blamed the dog one to many times and I couldn't hold the laughter in any more.
So I've done a Gary on the couch one night, and DH has looked over at me and said "what?". He thought I'd said something to him haha.
But then not long after DH did a Gary while we were on the couch and it was a squeaker that started deep and ended high. We were ****ing ourselves laughing at it trying to work out what it sounded like (in reference to my Gary above) when I've just blurted out "Say Whaaaat". So now we'll randomly look at each other, go "Say whaaaat" and dissolve into fits of laughter.
Another DH story - we'd been out for ice cream and he thought he would be healthy so had the sugar free chocolate ice cream on offer. We were sitting on the couch a bit later and his belly started grumbling. Next thing DH let out a ripper of a Gary that felt and sounded like it hit the floor and rebounded back up into the couch. It was hilarious until about 3 seconds later when we caught a whiff. We had to evacuate the lounge room and open the sliding doors right up to let some fresh air in.
The other day I had to go out and get some last minute baking supplies for DS's birthday but I had a sore tummy. So I was standing there and the isle was empty. I let it slip. The relief was immediate... Until a woman came barreling around the corner and stopped in the exact spot I had moments earlier. I froze, watching for a clue that she had realized what was going on. I'm guessing she was polite and just left. 😷😳
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