Friday, March 13, 2009

It's How We Do Things...


Question: (In the form of a run-on sentence) Is clean laundry still considered clean if it sat on the couch for two days, while children sat on it like an extra cushion, was tossed on the floor and reassembled on the couch numerous times before finally making its way to the red chair where the dog then decided to make a cushy bed out of it?
Answer: Ab-so-lute-ly.

26 comments:

  1. not! ha, jk. who will know? except for us blog friends, and we will never tell!

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  2. Haha! That is part of my laundry routine too! (Except for there is a dog and a cat.)

    About 2 months ago, we bought a new chaise lounge for our bedroom. I loved it and told my husband it would be perfect! He replied, "Yep, it will look perfect with laundry stacked up on it. I can just see it now."

    I just gave him "the look" as he laughed and hugged me.

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  3. Hooray! Someone else does laundry like me! :-)

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  5. LOL, I was laughing so hard I snorted. :) That is always my living room. I told Darin to go pick an outfit out of the basket this morning as I pointed to the chair. and he said "THAT'S clean?"

    Ok, I get it. I'll fold the laundry, your highness.

    for the record, I say YES

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  6. unless something got spilled on it...it's still clean!!!

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  7. Over here, it's the kitchen table that holds the laundry... Maybe that's why we eat so many meals on the couch! ;)

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  8. I tend to just leave my clothes in the dryer FOREVER and constantly pull clothes out of that, but I definitely would consider those clothes clean! As well as clothes that have been "gently" worn :)

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  9. Looks like my house right.this.very.minute.

    Minus the weenie dog, of course, since my Chessie went to doggy-heaven over Christmas.

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  10. One thing. You are an inspiering person. Not only did you made me start blogging, but also Audhild and your sis:)

    Love ya,

    Julie

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  11. You got them out of the dryer...that's about 3 steps more than I ever take. So, yes. They are most definitely considered clean!

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  12. This happened All.The.Time. at our house growing up...and there was not even a thought of re-washing. Ha! ;)

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  13. Dang right it's clean!!!!!

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  14. Nice to know I'm not the only one with a pile of migrating clean laundry (and a cat that uses it as her personal pillow!)

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  15. Well, of course!

    I'll have to post the picture of Superdog in the mix of all our clothes. We like to call it "Find Superdog" instead of "Find Waldo."

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  16. Isn't it lovely when you can make other people feel normal?

    I do this too. The laundry on the floor and then back in the basket and then on a chair and then on the floor and then under the dog and then...in the drawers and closets :)

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  17. It most assuredly would still be clean in my house!!!!

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  18. QUIT TAKING PICS THRU MY WINDOWS!! that totally looks like my house, except we would have a kitty where the wiener dog is!! YAYAYAYAY love love love love this!!! it is the best ever! I feel....um....a sisterhood :) you better totally leave it there if i ever come over, cuz if you stop at my house i totally will too!!

    love ya lady!!!

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  19. If it hasn't been worn, it is clean. The end.

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  20. Definitely clean!

    I've got a pile on the couch myself. Glad I'm not the only who does this.

    -FringeGirl

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  21. ONLY two day on the couch? You neat freak! ;)

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