Laundry

is the pits!

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12 Responses to Laundry

  1. kristi says:

    That’s why your husband should do it. :-)

  2. JaredB says:

    I do my own laundry (mostly, unless Martha generously sometimes throws in some of mine if it’s been sitting around too long). I have done hers before too, but she’s told me not to, since I don’t know all the rules about what’s supposed to go in the dryer or not, etc.

  3. kristi says:

    Yeah, it took me a while to get Randy “trained” (ha!) on how to do the laundry. Actually, he knew how to do laundry in general, just not how to do MY laundry.
    Why is that- that guys and gals have such different ways of doing laundry? Do you men not care if your pants shrink 4 sizes if you dry them, and that your socks come out purple if you wash them with a new black t-shirt? How about the fuzz balls that get all over your sweaters because you washed them with the towels???
    It took awhile, but I think that Randy is a pro now at doing women’s laundry, God love him.

  4. Nate says:

    Yeah, not to worried about fuzz balls on my sweaters.

  5. kristi says:

    True. I don’t think that any of you guys around here need to worry about that. Do you even own a sweater? :-)

  6. Nick says:

    Randy, I suggest you screw up some of Krisit’s clothes by washing them wrong. Either that or join the IPCWA (International Professional Clothes-Washers Association). I hear you can make big money. One way or another, don’t let Kristi use you to do a woman’s job. I make Jen do all my laundry. Don’t ask her about it though, we don’t like to talk about it.

  7. Nate says:

    I own a sweater. She does my laundry.

  8. kristi says:

    Randy is awesome at the job he does- why deprive him of it? :-)
    I cook and wash the dishes, we both clean, and he does the laundry.

    I wouldn’t want to talk about your laundry either, Nick.

  9. ma ma j says:

    i heard of a lady who used to donate her dirty clothes to the thrift store and then go buy them back clean and pressed. of course that was back when thrift stores cleaned and pressed them.

  10. kristi says:

    Wow! Sounds like she went through too much of a hassle.
    My sister used to work at a cleaners during her stint in college. You should hear her stories of what people would bring in for her to wash. Yuck.

    I couldn’t imagine washing other people’s underclothes.

  11. Kristen says:

    Nate you just lost your free ride on the laundry bus!
    Martha I totally agree, laundry is the never ending chor.

  12. Martha says:

    Haha ha …laundry bus…that is funny…I was just picturing nate on a bus to get his laundry done. hee hee!

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