Thursday, September 16, 2010

Entry 91: Laundry MIA

Sheshkababs, 

In a testament to my ultimate laziness, I have had clean and dry laundry sitting in my dryer for over 8 days now.  Just sittin' there, all dry, with only a minute's work between their purgatorial fate and the clothing-fulfillment that is a closet and dresser.  I just can't muster the willpower to take care of it.  I'm pretty sure that at this point it's a race to see who will get rescued first: my laundry or the Chilean miners. 

Also,

I found one of my first comments I ever posted.  It was in regards to a Men's Journal article detailing the levels of sports egos.  I noticed it because today, 6 months after I posted it, the author commented that I was spot on.  Comment was as follows:


Well wroted, Matt. Did anyone else wonder what they would do if they were super-talented, super-famous, super-rich athletes? I mean, "veritable mountain of stripper flesh" sounds a lot more interesting than "committed husband and father of two strapping lads not named after himself." I'd like to think that I wouldn't eat hot-dog buns full of cocaine and put a 5% spike in world condom sales, but who knows?

Caleb "i'm going home." Shreves

8 comments:

  1. I leave my clothes in the dryer for days, nay, weeks at a time sometimes. Then I usually have to re-wet them & dry them again to get all of the wrinkles out.

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  2. Um... re-wet them? Dare I ask?

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  3. Ha! Like I'm spray them with a water bottle or quickly run them under the sink.

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  4. Isn't that why God made the dewrinkle cycle?

    If you don't have a dewrinkle cycle (and if you don't, I suggest you get one tout de suite (that's French, mofo!)), then a damp washcloth tossed in with the wrinkly clothes plus 10-15 minutes of a regular dry cycle works wonders.

    Not that you asked, but I am a mom and it's hard not to give advice.

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  5. You would think my mom would have taught me that trick but no, she was the one who taught me to spray the clothes & I came up with running it under the sink when I didn't have a bottle. I don't even know if my dryer has a dewrinkle cycle.

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  6. So I put in a wet towel and hit the wrinkle cycle. Then forgot about again for 2 more days. Now what do I do? Do it again?

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  7. I have just downloaded iStripper, and now I can watch the sexiest virtual strippers on my desktop.

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