For those of you who don't live with at least two women in your house, allow me to do a little bit of translating for you.
When you hear a female, typically a mother, yell upstairs to another female, typically a daughter, the phrase, "be careful taking off your clothes", it may not mean what you think it means. For example, if a male said that to another male, the first guy would mean, "Dude, don't hurt yourself while you're getting undressed." Guys are literal. It's just how we're wired.
But when translated for feminine use, "be careful taking off your clothes" actually means "you just bought that shirt from Hollister, it's too small and you have to take it back and return it for another size, so don't get anything on it or stretch it or wad it up and put it under your bed so we can't find it when we go back to the mall."
If I'm able to help just one person with this post, it will have been worth it for me.....