The best thing about having a house is the washer and dryer in the basement.The second best thing is having a computer in the basement for when you're waiting on the washer or dryer.BTW, you MUST see Jeri's response to your complaint about somebody (redacted)ing you.
Tom,We do have a house...with a washer and dryer in the basement. Somehow, we just got into the habit of dropping off the laundry instead of doing it ourselves.Please re-read the title of this post.::skiffs off to look for Jeri's response.::
Walk, to the laundromat? Walk, you say? And you call yourself lazy. Bah. I have a laundry room upstairs between the bedrooms - we don't carry the laundry anywhere. Now that's lazy.
Pay careful attention Jim,Doing laundry in the basement:-Put it in the bag.-Take it to the basement.-Walk back upstairs.-Walk back downstairs after enough time has passed.-Put laundry in the dryer.-Walk back upstairs.-Walk back downstairs after enough time has passed.-Fold clothes.-Carry them upstairs.-Put them away.10 steps.Dropping laundry at laundromat:-Put it in the bag.-Take it to laundromat.-Go home (stopping at the other stores you had to go to anyway).-Go pick up laundry after enough time has passed.-Bring it home.-Put it away. (its already folded).6 steps.(Actually only 5 steps if you pull things out of the bag and ignore the final "put it away" step.)Just tell me who's lazy now.This is why you're an Intel type and I'm a Logistics type.
"Everybody ought to have a maid..."
I am spoiled and have a once-weekly housekeeper - but laundry isn't in her job description. :P
I'm glad I wasn't the only one who thought doing the laundry at home was the lazy way.And yes, "A man needs a maid." Neil Young or CSNY or something.
If we had a maid, I wouldn't mind her tromping up and down the stairs. Sheesh. What're you guys thinking?
It's from "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum."
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