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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Resurrection_Joe, Oct 13, 2005.
How the **** do you run a washing machine... I need to wash my stinky pants
First off what kind is it and whats it say on the settings? Oh and what kinda soap do You have powder or liquid?
Depends on the washer and dry, mine here are easy to run just set heat and time, my moms back home good god its got so many settings
Oh heck with it. Just set the water level on high toss in a 3/4 cup of soap and put it on the heavy setting. Oh and use the cold water setting.
Put stinky pants on, get in bath tub, add soap, go epileptic. Rinse.
I have some ultra era and a Kitchenaid washing machine with a double ****load of settings
OK look man, you really need to get "attached" now ! if you can't do your own laundry your really in big trouble.
Between the pants label and the instructions on the machine lid, I think I didn't blow up my pants
I did it allllllll by myself
Ever meet someone really intellegent and creative, very eloquent, thoughtful and polite, but who will walk into doors and won't be able to figure out a kitchen tap?
My wife does the laundry at home. But at the station.. I just pick a setting that sounds "good", pour in an amount of soap that looks "right", choose a temp that sounds "correct" ... turn it on, let the water fill for a sec, throw in the clothes, and hope for the "best".
I probably look like some mad scientist durring the process..
Dryer, basically the same thought process.
I went from my Mom, to my wife.. so I never really had to fend for myself in that reguard. But if that SOB catches on fire.. LOOK OUT, I'm on the job!
thats what i do, it works, close come out clean....er than they went in and don't smell. sorting... thats for people who have nothing else to do everything goes in at the same time, i can do all my laundry in one load and it lasts me almost a week.
i do wash my work close seperatley from my good clothes though.
Open the lid , read the instructions printed under lid
Refer a few posts up
Too tired , missed it , man I usually read everythin, worked on truck , now have subs , neighbors sleep , can't turn em on , sleep won't come , leave 4 work in a few short hours ..... aaaaaahhhhhhh
But I did find change when I had the pass seat out in the yard
Use 3 cups of bubble bath. Works great.
To use a washing machine..
I think to use a household washing machine properly requires a vagina!--I never seem to get our set right,or I add too much detergent and it foams like its got rabies...and who knew you can't wash whites and colored things in the same load??-(I didn't know clothes were racist!)-now all my underwear is a pale shade of pink! ...I usualy just buy new underwear most of the time..
When I lived alone in my apartment,I'd just bring my clothes to a laundromat with asian looking women workers, who spoke about 3 sentences of english--"You want wahshed AND dlied??".."How Soon"??--"We Fold"??..I'd nod three times,and come back after work..all done,everything nice and clean,folded,and even smelled good!.only costed 10 bucks for a huge pile too..I tried taking one of them home with me,but she said "Solly,alleady Married!"... ..
My pants are clean and smell pretty
Now wash your ass better and it won't be such a big deal next time.
If you've got a stream, rocks and soap you can always do it the old fashion way.
Holy crap I missed that one. Probably best to listen to the obi-wan of appliances.
Not that I'm making any assumptions or anything.....
cold saves energy but i believe it doesn't get greasy stuff as clean
how long have you been wearing smelly stuff Joe?
or have you just been buying new cloths?
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