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Andy Pandy outfit
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Hi everyone,

There is one outfit that as I sissy I enjoy wearing - an "Andy Pandy" costume. In case of those of you who are unfamiliar with the character, he is a string-puppet who featured in a 1960s (1950s?) television series for very young children. A ragdoll called "Looby Loo" (I think that is how you spell it) and a Teddy-bear called (not surprisingly) "Teddy", were also featured. The series was revived a few year ago, but with computer-generated imaging.

As for Andy's costume, it was an all-in-one outfit (similar to a clowns' costume) with white and blue vertical stripes and a triangular-shaped hat with pompoms. I have rented  out similar costumes from Fancy Dress shops on several occasions. They all had a zip-front. On one occasion, when my Dad was in hospital, the stress and worry was getting to me. So I hired out an Andy Pandy suit from a local Fancy Dress shop and spent most of the evening romping around my house dressed in the outfit.

The outfit have a very babyish look to it , and one idea would be to wear a diaper/nappy with it. Being made to recite Nursery Rhymes in front of guests whilst dressed in such an outfit would be wonderfully humiliating. Smile
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(09-18-2017, 09:46 AM)Sissy Leslie Wrote: Hi everyone,

There is one outfit that as I sissy I enjoy wearing - an "Andy Pandy" costume. In case of those of you who are unfamiliar with the character, he is a string-puppet who featured in a 1960s (1950s?) television series for very young children. A ragdoll called "Looby Loo" (I think that is how you spell it) and a Teddy-bear called (not surprisingly) "Teddy", were also featured. The series was revived a few year ago, but with computer-generated imaging.

As for Andy's costume, it was an all-in-one outfit (similar to a clowns' costume) with white and blue vertical stripes and a triangular-shaped hat with pompoms. I have rented  out similar costumes from Fancy Dress shops on several occasions. They all had a zip-front. On one occasion, when my Dad was in hospital, the stress and worry was getting to me. So I hired out an Andy Pandy suit from a local Fancy Dress shop and spent most of the evening romping around my house dressed in the outfit.

The outfit have a very babyish look to it , and one idea would be to wear a diaper/nappy with it. Being made to recite Nursery Rhymes in front of guests whilst dressed in such an outfit would be wonderfully humiliating. Smile
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I remember seeing some re-runs thinking it would appeal to those brought up on radio with its slower delivery than many programs today. I liked Looby Loos outfits.
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