As you can see we’ve been hard at work bringing you a new website, we think you’ll find it way easier to use and isn’t she a looker? Whenever one takes on a new project there are always hurdles to overcome. Thunderpants has definitely had its share of misfortunate events along the way; shark attacks, mistaken identity, and fabric delays. However, this has not got us down. As always, we’ve pulled ourselves up by our Thundies and carried on.
|Set Back 1:
Shark attack; while on location to test swimwear, professional Scuba Diver Josephina Bidwilliams was attacked by a small great white. Luckily she was not harmed but the shark got away with her togs. Unfortunately they were the only Thunderwear togs on the planet. We are now in the middle of drafting new ones. DO NOT DESPAIR, Swimwear shall makes it way to the new website by Summer swimming season.
|Set Back 2:
Mistaken identity; the men’s fitted boxer has been a highly confidential and top secret project. We noticed sometime last year that our phone calls and workroom were bugged. Since the bugging discovery we’ve had to create a secret code language. On the whole our code has worked with only minor slip-ups. However, when it came to the labels and embossed elastic of the fitted boxer our wires somehow crossed. We ended up with over 200 pairs of fitted boxers that said Blunderpants instead of Thunderpants. We are in the midst of correcting this ‘blunder’; please hang tight, the fitted boxer is due for release sometime in October.
|Set Back 3:
Fabric delays - A case of piracy. In shipment from Auckland to Levin, a band of Rugby hooligans high-jacked the all black Thunderpants fabric. The truck driver reported that the hooligans shouted ‘once you go black you never go back’. This crime is being further investigated. Unfortunately, there is no hope of getting the fabric back. This will only delay the availability of the now ‘n’ again kid’s pants and tanks by one to two weeks.