Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Wash, Rinse, Spin..Repeat

Just in case you thought your life was boring!

And has anyone ever noticed that the "normal" setting on the washer uses "mixed colors?" Is that like mixed nuts? Just find it odd that normal and mixed are in the same little setting...makes me think mixed up...call me crazy.

I spent a large chunk of my evening doing...."wash, rinse, spin, repeat."

And really, where does all this laundry come from? And where do ALL THE SOCKS GO??

I'm really thinking that doing too much laundry causes insanity...I mean afterall, I just wrote an entire blog entry (complete with pictures) about laundry?! And you read it...so be careful about passing judgement :)

5 comments:

mindi said...

All I have to say is LOL!!

Sandy said...

Ha! The never-ending sock battle. That is my biggest frustration with laundry. And the time it takes to sort thru them. Looks like you are oganized, girl!

John and Melissa Simmons said...

Your to funny! And youre right ,just had to read it!
The wife doesnt allow me to do laundry much. :) I mean I know enough to seperate whites and colors, buts thats about it.:) Although I have learned never to buy her RIT dye for any reason.:)
I do sneak and do laundry to help though when I have the chance to help her. One of those honey-do things.
As far as the socks...? well I think the washing machine eats them or the dryer makes them shrink to a submicroscopic size, there might even be a 4th laundry dimesion... who knows. Yeah i know sounds a little geeky, but hey if anyone has a better explanation I am all ears ...lol as far as the cycles being the same... well truth be told, all the different cycles due is change how the agitator (thingymajigger that spins in the middle of tub) spins. Want to have some fun with appliance sales folks/ Next time you have to purchase a washer or dryer . Ask them to explain what the different cycles do exactly. They wont know either. Then you can open the lid on the display model and enlighten them on the fact that nothing changes except the speed and pattern of spin concerning the agitator. :)

Sgt and Mrs Hub said...

I am in the laundry trenches with you! :)

-Andrea

Rebecca said...

Where does all the laudry come from? Those single socks you find in the bottom of the washer and throw back into the basket mate. That's the only thing I can figure out.

Too funny Ginger!!! And what's really funny is that I REALLY enjoyed reading about someone else doing laudry. I just didn't feel so "alone". Sniff. :^)