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(Cleveland Plain Dealer)   Officers responded to a 911 call only to learn that a man had called because his sister had taken his clothes out of the washing machine without his permission. ♫ We all know that crap is king / Give us dirty laundry ♫   (cleveland.com) divider line
    More: Facepalm, Washing machine, Woman, Laundry, English-language films, The Second Woman, Telephone call, Richmond Heights, Ohio, residence Sept.  
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2022-10-02 1:15:12 AM  
He just wanted to make sure she didn't get stuck.

He's seen those videos...
 
2022-10-02 6:12:39 AM  
Could've been worse.  Could've eaten his clam cakes.
 
2022-10-02 6:25:56 AM  
Ackshually, if she took it OUT of the washer, it would have been CLEAN laundry.
 
2022-10-02 6:34:08 AM  
This is some of the great reporting I expect from the Plain Dealer since they "readjusted" their newsroom.
 
2022-10-02 6:34:47 AM  
See, now this guy they can shoot.
 
2022-10-02 6:56:36 AM  
The man, 27, wanted to pursue charges against his sister for touching his laundry, but officers advised him that no crime had been committed.

They were both told to work out the matter as adults, since they were living together in their grandmother's house.


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2022-10-02 7:10:06 AM  
So which was whiter. The laundry or him?
 
2022-10-02 7:29:15 AM  
Not worth shooting him over this but a pistol whipping wouldn't have been out of line.  GROW (whack) THE (whack) F*CK (whack)  UP (whack)!
 
2022-10-02 9:06:53 AM  
The man, 27, wanted to pursue charges against his sister for touching his laundry, but officers advised him that no crime had been committed.
They were both told to work out the matter as adults, since they were living together in their grandmother's house.


I know this Maytag me as a troll, and lead to a Whirlpool of rage, but Amana say it anyway:

If they were capable of working things out as adults, maybe they wouldn't be living with their grandmother?
 
2022-10-02 9:08:21 AM  
Forget it, Jake.....it's just Ohio, the Florida of the North.
 
2022-10-02 9:39:13 AM  

Madman drummers bummers: The man, 27, wanted to pursue charges against his sister for touching his laundry, but officers advised him that no crime had been committed.
They were both told to work out the matter as adults, since they were living together in their grandmother's house.

I know this Maytag me as a troll, and lead to a Whirlpool of rage, but Amana say it anyway:

If they were capable of working things out as adults, maybe they wouldn't be living with their grandmother?


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2022-10-02 11:02:53 AM  
The brother sounds very "on the spectrum" as they say these days....
 
2022-10-02 12:15:28 PM  
You aren't supposed to dial 911 in these instances.  You are supposed to call the clothes line.
 
2022-10-02 1:11:20 PM  
Unwritten rule is if your shiat is in the washer/dryer more than 10 minutes while someone else is waiting to use it, it's getting taken out so the other person can use the equipment.
 
2022-10-02 2:22:34 PM  
I can kinda see the reasoning behind him calling, if she's a ninny nit-picker that thrives on drama, and biatching about something is her version of that first cup of coffee in the morning. It establishes a history so when he eventually farking snaps & runs her through a woodchipper, there's plausibility for a temporary insanity plea.
 
2022-10-02 10:09:50 PM  
I live in a large apartment complex with a 2 washer / 2 dryer laundry room on each floor in each wing. 16 apartments per laundry room.

We occasionally get people who think that they can just leave their laundry in the machine for most of the day and get very upset if you pull it out and do your own.

Years back this guy who was a clothes horse was doing that. One day a week he'd pull in huge monstrous piles of clothes, start the machine, leave for 2-5 hours, come back, (change clothes), repeat. One day he came back to find his stuff on top of the machines and me in there doing mine. He went ballistic - like the guy in the article mad about it. I 'informed' him as to the situation. He went crying to the rental office about it. They laughed in his face.  No, you DO NOT get one day a week where no one else is allowed to use the shared laundry room.

I've been screamed at by people who swear that their laundry "just finished" when I noted when it was done and then waited another full hour before pulling it out to do mine. And by people who are filling one machine when I come in and fill the other - but THEY WERE GOING TO GET MORE LAUNDRY AND USE THAT MACHINE TOO!!!!!!

Oh, and the woman who screamed bloody murder at me because I touched her undies. Which had been left in the machine since the previous day.
 
2022-10-02 11:20:57 PM  

ObscureNameHere: The brother sounds very "on the spectrum" as they say these days....


I'm actually on the spectrum and I wish people would just go back to using the r word if that's what they want to use.
 
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