Recently I went on a mini tirade about children leaving things in pockets and having items go through the laundry. The event was spurred on by my discovery of a glo stick in the dryer. Glo sticks are plastic tubes full of noxious, flurescent liquid. Kids usually wear them around the neck, and they are quite popular around Halloween and at parties. No one would claim responsibility for the glo stick, which of course only upped my passion in the mini tirade: 'ruining clothes, grumble grumble, chemicles on Emmeline's baby clothes, grumble grumble.'
Afterwards I looked at the glo stick more closely.
It was actually the suction tube to my breast pump, and not a glo stick at all.