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24 thoughts on “Laundry twisties (grrrh!) WW w/linky”
Ha! I hate when I do sheets. And then searching for the dryer sheet. Cannot count the times I have been walking around and see a dryer sheet peeking out of the bottom of my pants leg!!
I don’t use dryer sheets anymore. Haven’t used any for a while and I started a few weeks ago using a spray, directly on the laundry – works great!
Oh man, I hate when that happens, especially with little kid leggings – they are a pain in the butt to untangle. And then you have to redry everything to get the wrinkles out.
Leggings, pant legs or apron ties – the worst!
That annoys me so much when that happens heheh!
Hell yeah! Me, too. And I don’t understand why, it never, ever used to happen overseas.
Well-named – I like the phrase “laundry twisties”!
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Thank you. That’s the first thing that comes to mind when I see these.
Following a huge storm, where we used every towel and sheet in the house to mop up water damage to the house, I’m still playing catch up in the laundry.
I can only imagine that storm you had. But that much water IN the house – no good.
That happens far too often around here. Hate it when it does the twisty thing.
Hmm, I don’t really remember if it did that when I live in Australia. But I know it did not do it in Germany and Switzerland.
How does that happen? Don’t you hate trying to pull them apart??
Love the skyline on your banner!
Have a great day Claudia!
Don’t tell me you never had these, Mary?! How can you not? How do you do that? Please, tell me!
Thanks, Mary, you, too!
OOOH!!!!!! I JUST had that problem tonight!! 4 pairs of my sons jeans and who knows how many shirts. So annoying. It makes me hate these front loaders – even if they are more energy efficient! I have damaged so much clothing because of the Twisties!! And the wrinkles!!!
It is not the front loader washer, Les. When we got here we had a top loader and it happened in there, too. Now the front loader washer is mostly o.k., but then there is still the dryer – sigh… damaging to the clothing and to my mood!
This happens to me a lot. Esp when im doing my husband’s office long shirts! Long sleeves are a bit of a pain =P
Oh yeah, I forgot those. But long sleeved shirts are doing that, too.
I usually have a problem with this in the wash when I forget to do something with the loose ends of a belt and it wraps itself a zillion times around the bottom of the spindle. This is difficult to untangle for someone who is a wee bit on the short side, too. Happy Thanksgiving, Claudia!
True, the spindle of a top loader is quite a hazard to long loose ends. Especially hard to get to the bottom if you have to.
I hope you are enjoying your Thanksgiving, Cathy!
Ooh! That happens alot around here too! I hate those!
Really? You, too, Janice? I really wonder what it is as never used to have these until I moved to the US.
I hate when that happens!
How could you not hate them, right? Happy Thanksgiving, Hilary.