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    "Warshin' Machine" Economics 101

    Well, kinda' hard to 'splain, in a way, but, I'll try my darndest....
    Wife comes home, I had clothes "warshin' " in the warshin' machine, she don't pay it no mind, go on with her yakkity-yakkin' nonsense 'bout this and that, all of which don't interest me to begin with, mind ya'.
    We go on and have supper, nice roast and 'taters, carrots, celery, gravy.......you know, the normal stuff that goes with a meal.
    Everything just fine and dandy, she does all the dirty dishes and puts'em away, I'm settin' back relaxin' kinda' sorta', enjoyin' a nice 4-finger Kentucky Bourban with water....an all of a sudden-like I hear her doin' that womenfolk gripin' and a complainin'.
    I turn 'round, and thar she be, draggin' all the clean warshed clothes outta' the tub-thing and just a complainn' away 'bout how one ain't supposed to mix white clothes with colored clothes, an how shes gotta' do'em all over again.
    I told her, "Dear, them thar clothes don't know no different that they are not supposed to be mixed in like that, nobody told them, an they been bein' just fine and dandy bein' warshed like that till you went on a screemin'-meemie about it".
    Now, I'm kinda' worried my socks will have developmental problems, and might get mixed-up with my skivvies, or somethin' like that....
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    "I have a dream that my wardrobe will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their fabrics, but by the durability of their yarns." - William Maytag
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    "I have a dream that my wardrobe will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their fabrics, but by the durability of their yarns." - William Maytag
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    So ya'll don't segregate your clothes in NC?
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    I learned a long time ago when I was in the service and had to do my own civilian cloths, 2 loads or 1 load. 1 load won.
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    See.....now I took a different route. I HATE doing laundry. Turned one load of whites into pinks with a random red piece of clothing in the load and VIOLA! No more laundry duty for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    I learned a long time ago when I was in the service and had to do my own civilian cloths, 2 loads or 1 load. 1 load won.
    College did it for me. Sort laundry? Yeah right, stuff washer to the max, cold wash, cold rinse, half time on coin machine thing. Could do all my laundry, wash and dry, for a quarter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sstlaure View Post
    See.....now I took a different route. I HATE doing laundry. Turned one load of whites into pinks with a random red piece of clothing in the load and VIOLA! No more laundry duty for me.
    The last time I did laundry at the house was many years ago.
    I had over shocked our water well. I could not even turn on a faucet without the whole house smelling like chlorine let alone drink the water. To move things along I decided to do a load of laundry to use up some water, a dark load is what I had. This definitely turned out to be a bad idea and not one of my brighter moments. I certain someone in the house was not to happy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    The last time I did laundry at the house was many years ago.
    I had over shocked our water well. I could not even turn on a faucet without the whole house smelling like chlorine let alone drink the water. To move things along I decided to do a load of laundry to use up some water, a dark load is what I had. This definitely turned out to be a bad idea and not one of my brighter moments. I certain someone in the house was not to happy.
    But that just presents an opportunity for her to replace the wardrobe.

    Of course I didn't do the above on purpose.....I swear.
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    My wife has a schittload of clothes; I do not. If I waited for her to do my laundry with hers I'd be naked and arrested for indecent exposure. Besides she doesn't like the way I do laundry.

    I do two loads, darks and lights. They get together in the dryer.

    I don't mind laundry too much; but I hated ironing, which I don't have to do anymore.
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