#1542 – Stripe

When I moved away to go to college I freaked out when I realized I didn’t know how to do my own laundry. I was reading all the tags and trying to decipher all the different instructions. Apparently I would have to do 12 different loads to wash everything correctly? I gradually realized that when your wardrobe is primarily a pair of jeans and some worn out t-shirts it doesn’t really matter. Get them wet and soapy, rinse, dry, done.

Also, Hugs Bison shirts are back in stock!

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9 thoughts on “#1542 – Stripe”

  1. Azkyroth says:

    Wait until you discover “hand wash only” infants clothing. WHY DOES SUCH A THING EXIST?!

    1. kingklash says:

      And then, you can’t have the kid wearing them when you wash them.

  2. I don’t buy any clothes that require separate wash. No reds, almost no whites, no handwash, no dry-clean. If I can’t use the washer as a hamper, I don’t want it!

  3. I haven’t done laundry myself, ever, but we do always wash new clothes before wearing them. It’s just something we’ve always done.

  4. reynard61 says:

    One word: Neutrals

  5. pbarnrob says:

    But if you _do_ get something new – and RED – please DON’T wash it with all those old white skivvies, unless you never get seen in them in public (or you don’t mind the ribbing – PINK SKIVVIES!!! HAHAHA!!!)

  6. Chuck says:

    I only hear stories like this from boys. Apparently someone is giving all the laundry to their daughters.

  7. S. Aquila says:

    I’ve had something like this happen. My sandals are made out of this blue leather. Every time I walk on wet grass with them on, they dye my feet blue.

  8. Wizard says:

    Had something similar happen with a blue bath towel once. I got out of the shower and dried off, only to end up looking like the world’s largest Smurf.

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