Training Dresser

Training Dresser

Whilst I am painfully aware that this is patently designed for use by children, when you spend as much time as drunk / hungover as my good self, you need aids like the brilliant Training Dresser by Peter Bristol to assist you through the tough times i.e. dressing yourself in the morning. I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve arrived at work wearing socks where no socks should be and a t-shirt as a sarong (we’ve got a casual office attire policy) but I need not concern myself with these fashion faux-pas any longer because I will have the sort of visual aid that a moron like me requires in order to be able to successfully dress themselves. A problem will doubtless present itself, however, when my lazy side combines forces with my drunken side and I start sticking t-shirts in the sock draw and shoes in the trouser drawer and then, my friends, I will be back in a place I like to call square one. Still awesome drawers though.

Training Dresser dimensions

As a child, I consistently failed at the old putting the shapes into the right shaped holes on the toy and, lamentably, IĀ foreseeĀ similar problems here.

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