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(NJ.com)   Do not fold this man's laundry the wrong way, he's very particular about how his clothes are washed. He's a well respected man about town   (nj.com) divider line 30
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2014-04-03 07:33:35 PM  
I guess you could say

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He got his undies in a bunch
 
2014-04-03 08:11:10 PM  
I give you a cultured, sophisticated man about town.

www.expcafe360.com
 
2014-04-03 09:03:25 PM  
+1 for kinks reference, subby
 
2014-04-03 09:03:43 PM  
www.gq.com
wash and fold, technically.
 
2014-04-03 09:07:12 PM  
Coincidentally, the French word for "wash" is "douche."  don't know the word for "fold," but I hope it is "asshole."
 
2014-04-03 09:10:30 PM  

MontanaDave: Coincidentally, the French word for "wash" is "douche."  don't know the word for "fold," but I hope it is "asshole."


Wash is laver, fold is plier, and washing your asshole is douche.
 
2014-04-03 09:12:00 PM  
Isn't this how men used to repay women who did their laundry for them in the 50's? A good old punch to the abdomen. They were much simpler times.
 
2014-04-03 09:13:20 PM  
a disgruntled customer attacked the attendant

When you lose your gruntle to the point where you are not simply ungruntled, you have not been mis-gruntled, you are not an ex-gruntler, but rather you have been de-gruntled into the realm of disgruntlement, well, then re-gruntlement and the subsequent gruntlectomies and gruntleplasties necessary to attain a full, gruntled lifestyle after that can be quite anti-gruntling.
 
2014-04-03 09:21:58 PM  
Watch what you say, you'll find starch in your underwear.
 
2014-04-03 09:34:23 PM  

wellreadneck: MontanaDave: Coincidentally, the French word for "wash" is "douche."  don't know the word for "fold," but I hope it is "asshole."

Wash is laver, fold is plier, and washing your asshole is douche.


I used to wash my feet in a bidet
 
2014-04-03 09:37:46 PM  
 
2014-04-03 09:41:43 PM  
48 bucks? Geez, dude, save up and buy yourself a goddamn washing machine.
 
2014-04-03 09:45:56 PM  
He had to be at the laundromat in 26 minutes.
 
2014-04-03 10:03:31 PM  

fusillade762: 48 bucks? Geez, dude, save up and buy yourself a goddamn washing machine.


This.
 
2014-04-03 10:12:09 PM  
Sounds like SHE was the one that pressed the issue.
 
2014-04-03 10:15:49 PM  
I'm pretty picky about how my clothes get folded, especially socks. I absolutely hate it when someone folds socks like this:


asgoodeasitgets.com

It puts unnecessary wear and tear on the elastic and ruins them.

All you need to do is place one on top of the other and fold in half, like this:

mamaslaundrytalk.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-04-03 10:26:18 PM  

ReapTheChaos: I'm pretty picky about how my clothes get folded, especially socks. I absolutely hate it when someone folds socks like this:


[asgoodeasitgets.com image 480x384]

It puts unnecessary wear and tear on the elastic and ruins them.

All you need to do is place one on top of the other and fold in half, like this:

[mamaslaundrytalk.files.wordpress.com image 640x332]


The key is to do the top way, but then squeeze the socks so that they return to their normal unstretched diameter.  No extra wear and socks stay paired/color matched nicely.
 
2014-04-03 10:38:48 PM  

johnny_vegas: wellreadneck: MontanaDave: Coincidentally, the French word for "wash" is "douche."  don't know the word for "fold," but I hope it is "asshole."

Wash is laver, fold is plier, and washing your asshole is douche.

I used to wash my feet in a bidet


Toilet trained a cat once. If you left the lid down, he'd piss in the sink.
 
2014-04-03 10:54:42 PM  

RogermcAllen: ReapTheChaos: I'm pretty picky about how my clothes get folded, especially socks. I absolutely hate it when someone folds socks like this:


[asgoodeasitgets.com image 480x384]

It puts unnecessary wear and tear on the elastic and ruins them.

All you need to do is place one on top of the other and fold in half, like this:

[mamaslaundrytalk.files.wordpress.com image 640x332]

The key is to do the top way, but then squeeze the socks so that they return to their normal unstretched diameter.  No extra wear and socks stay paired/color matched nicely.


You still have to stretch them out to fold them that way, and then again when you unfold them, which stretches out the elastic and makes them not stay up on your leg as well. Do it like the bottom picture and the elastic is nice and tight like they're fresh from the dryer.  Also, they stay paired together just as good unless you're riffling through your sock drawer like you're looking for loose change.

Another plus is that when folded like the bottom picture, you can stack them on top of one another neatly in the drawer, fitting more socks in there.
 
2014-04-03 11:15:27 PM  
Anybody who thinks it's a good idea for a wash-and-fold service to be open after midnight, hands up.
 
2014-04-04 12:00:30 AM  
Another +1 for the Kinks reference.
 
2014-04-04 12:09:02 AM  
Good for him. There's no recourse for the consumer if a laundromat farks you over. Punching the lady in the stomach was a bit much, but I like his spirit.
 
2014-04-04 12:13:56 AM  

RogermcAllen: ReapTheChaos: I'm pretty picky about how my clothes get folded, especially socks. I absolutely hate it when someone folds socks like this:

[asgoodeasitgets.com image 480x384]

It puts unnecessary wear and tear on the elastic and ruins them.

All you need to do is place one on top of the other and fold in half, like this:

[mamaslaundrytalk.files.wordpress.com image 640x332]

The key is to do the top way, but then squeeze the socks so that they return to their normal unstretched diameter.  No extra wear and socks stay paired/color matched nicely.


Wait... they make socks in different colors?
 
2014-04-04 02:18:29 AM  

fusillade762: RogermcAllen: ReapTheChaos: I'm pretty picky about how my clothes get folded, especially socks. I absolutely hate it when someone folds socks like this:

[asgoodeasitgets.com image 480x384]

It puts unnecessary wear and tear on the elastic and ruins them.

All you need to do is place one on top of the other and fold in half, like this:

[mamaslaundrytalk.files.wordpress.com image 640x332]

The key is to do the top way, but then squeeze the socks so that they return to their normal unstretched diameter.  No extra wear and socks stay paired/color matched nicely.

Wait... they make socks in different colors?


Yes, the blue ones go on your right foot. And the Paisley ones go on your left foot.  The rest you make sock puppets out of.
 
2014-04-04 02:25:42 AM  

ReapTheChaos: RogermcAllen: ReapTheChaos: I'm pretty picky about how my clothes get folded, especially socks. I absolutely hate it when someone folds socks like this:


[asgoodeasitgets.com image 480x384]

It puts unnecessary wear and tear on the elastic and ruins them.

All you need to do is place one on top of the other and fold in half, like this:

[mamaslaundrytalk.files.wordpress.com image 640x332]

The key is to do the top way, but then squeeze the socks so that they return to their normal unstretched diameter.  No extra wear and socks stay paired/color matched nicely.

You still have to stretch them out to fold them that way, and then again when you unfold them, which stretches out the elastic and makes them not stay up on your leg as well. Do it like the bottom picture and the elastic is nice and tight like they're fresh from the dryer.  Also, they stay paired together just as good unless you're riffling through your sock drawer like you're looking for loose change.

Another plus is that when folded like the bottom picture, you can stack them on top of one another neatly in the drawer, fitting more socks in there.

fusillade762: RogermcAllen: ReapTheChaos: I'm pretty picky about how my clothes get folded, especially socks. I absolutely hate it when someone folds socks like this:

[asgoodeasitgets.com image 480x384]

It puts unnecessary wear and tear on the elastic and ruins them.

All you need to do is place one on top of the other and fold in half, like this:

[mamaslaundrytalk.files.wordpress.com image 640x332]

The key is to do the top way, but then squeeze the socks so that they return to their normal unstretched diameter.  No extra wear and socks stay paired/color matched nicely.

Wait... they make socks in different colors?


This.
as someone who folds her bras and fitted sheets ...life is too short to be folding farking socks. They go in a little pile in the corner of a shelf or drawer. There can be a basket if you're worried about Martha Stewart doing home checks.
 
2014-04-04 08:23:07 AM  
sonoramadisques.com
 
2014-04-04 08:34:42 AM  
Did you say "bleachee"?

i1.ytimg.com
 
2014-04-04 08:37:33 AM  

Hector Remarkable: a disgruntled customer attacked the attendant

When you lose your gruntle to the point where you are not simply ungruntled, you have not been mis-gruntled, you are not an ex-gruntler, but rather you have been de-gruntled into the realm of disgruntlement, well, then re-gruntlement and the subsequent gruntlectomies and gruntleplasties necessary to attain a full, gruntled lifestyle after that can be quite anti-gruntling.


Bravo!
 
2014-04-04 11:31:52 AM  

ReapTheChaos: I'm pretty picky about how my clothes get folded, especially socks. I absolutely hate it when someone folds socks like this:


[asgoodeasitgets.com image 480x384]

It puts unnecessary wear and tear on the elastic and ruins them.

All you need to do is place one on top of the other and fold in half, like this:

[mamaslaundrytalk.files.wordpress.com image 640x332]


You sound anal.
 
2014-04-04 03:43:23 PM  

ReapTheChaos: ...Do it like the bottom picture and the elastic is nice and tight like they're fresh from the dryer.  Also, they stay paired together just as good unless you're riffling through your sock drawer like you're looking for loose change.

Another plus is that when folded like the bottom picture, you can stack them on top of one another neatly in the drawer, fitting more socks in there.


www.angelanoelle.com

Likwit: Good for him. There's no recourse for the consumer if a laundromat farks you over. Punching the lady in the stomach was a bit much, but I like his spirit.


One laundromat back in the '80s stole a king-size comforter from me.
 
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