We’ve been hearing your funniest Mother’s Day stories; they’ve been embarrassing, sweet and very funny.
The competition has now closed and we’ve chosen the three funniest entries. A huge thank you to everyone who entered – we’ve had a brilliant time reading your stories.
And the winners are…
Lucy who will receive:
When I was about three years old my mum and I were visiting some friends. We were all getting ready to go out one morning and I was playing with their kids in the bedroom. We’d decided it would be a great idea to jump off their top bunk bed on to a pile of duvets and pillows on the floor below.
As I was the smallest, I launched myself off the top and nose-dived head first into the floor – totally missing the cushions! What was worse was that I cracked my forehead open and was getting blood everywhere.
Total panic ensued as the mums were in various states of getting ready to go out. I think they were frantically trying to get me to a hospital, but my mum was in a mad panic because she couldn’t find any knickers to put on anywhere – in the end we got in the car with mum knickerless!
It was only then that the other mum noticed that mum’s knickers has been on her head the whole time! She’d been using them as a makeshift hair band while putting on her make-up!
Obviously I was a bit preoccupied at the time with blood pouring down my face, but the moment has gone down in history!
H. Smith who will receive:
My mum had just passed her driving test and got herself a little run around car. One freezing cold morning mum discovered the locks on her car were frozen solid, so she blew into the keyhole of the car door and her lips got stuck to the lock. A passer-by helped mum, but tried to keep a straight face!
Rhoda who will receive:
The Extra Large Pink Radiance Hand-tied with a box of chocolates too!
Mum won’t be impressed with me telling everyone this, but if it wins her a prize I’m sure she will forgive me! Her mobile phone is registered in dad’s name, but seeing as he isn’t the best with such technology mum had to phone up the network to ask a question.
Thing is they wouldn’t talk to her because she wasn’t dad. So, embarrassingly, she called them back and put on what she classifies as a ‘man’s voice’. Oh dear, the embarrassment! They then replied: “I’m sorry madam but I don’t believe you are a man!”
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