Monday, October 21, 2013

Pin-Ups ... of the Cloth Kind

I always hang shirts upside-down on the clothes line, and never by the shoulders.

Why? You ask.

Because when you hang the shirts by the shoulders, it leaves a little clothespin divot, and then, when you wear the shirt, it looks like you have a bump on your shoulder.

What? These aren't thoughts everyone has?

7 comments:

  1. I have this discussion all the time with the children when they hang out the washing.. wrong! Hard to get good help..

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  2. I discovered that one a couple years ago. It does mean that long sleeve shirts take longer to dry, although you can always bring some hangers outside and dry them on those without strange bulges.

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  3. Totally with you on that, I hang my washing in a way that I can avoid ironing where possible!

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  4. That's why I do too! I thought it was just me over analysing everything!

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  5. Yes, you are correct!! That's how my mom taught me!

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  6. My mother approves!
    I had to shake my head the other day--my husband hung out the wash while I was at work; I came home to shirts pinned up by the shoulders! I quickly turned mine all upside down; I wonder if he noticed. So, note to self: teach my sons the 'proper' way to hang up wet clothes!

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