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I'm losing it

Posted by schoolhouse (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 13, 13 at 15:07

I was taking laundry out of the dryer awhile ago and noticed this fluffy material inside a piece of clothing. Here I'd put a Swiffer Sweeper cloth in the dryer instead of a dryer sheet. The boxes are on the same shelf in the cabinet. doh.


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haha! That just means y0u were extra busy. Easy mistake! Still funny, th0ugh!!


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I bet that laundry is dust free. Lol
I can easily see doing the same thing.


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What about calling someone who you have been meaning to call after getting back from a vacation and finding out that you indeed called her and had a discussion about your trip.
Very scary.


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Oh my! At least it should still be usable.


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That's no biggie! Wait til you REALLY lose your mind!


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I don't *think* I could do that. I tear my dryer sheets in half. LOL


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Ellen, that is hilarious! It definitely sounds like something I might do.... I keep wondering if the memory improves after the menopause symptoms subside, but now I'm guessing maybe not, darn it all.
Schoolhouse, that's nothin'!


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LOL you have to find the humor I guess:)


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hahahhahaa that's funny!


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Wait until you run accidently run a sanitary pad through the laundry. I did that once, It made it from the wash into the dryer without me noticing it. In the wash, it gets soggy and starts to come apart. In the dryer, it expands, fluffs up like a scared cat and clogs the lint filter. I discovered what I had done when I went to remove the clothes from the dryer. There was fluff everywhere and the lint trap was full.


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lol....


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Hi jemdandy,

So ... when it's where it's wet ... it gets soggy and falls apart ... so I guess one should plan for a back-up string ...

... and when it's in a dry area... it fluffs up ... and flies all over! Would that indicate that one should wear a double hair net?

Looks like some more research is needed, by the makers.

o j


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