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Embarrasing Personally Mortifying Question

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Resurrection_Joe, Oct 13, 2005.

  1. Resurrection_Joe

    Resurrection_Joe 1 ton status

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    How the **** do you run a washing machine... I need to wash my stinky pants
     
  2. Corey 78K5

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    First off what kind is it and whats it say on the settings? Oh and what kinda soap do You have powder or liquid?
     
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    MOM :p:

    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 :doah:
     
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    Corey 78K5 1 ton status

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    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.
     
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    Put stinky pants on, get in bath tub, add soap, go epileptic. Rinse.
     
  6. Resurrection_Joe

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    I have some ultra era and a Kitchenaid washing machine with a double ****load of settings
     
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    OK look man, you really need to get "attached" now ! if you can't do your own laundry your really in big trouble. :rolleyes:
     
  8. Resurrection_Joe

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    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?

    Yeah........
     
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    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". :thumb:

    I probably look like some mad scientist durring the process.. :haha:

    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! :D
     
  10. big83chevy4x4

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    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 :haha: 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.
     
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    Open the lid , read the instructions printed under lid :rolleyes:
     
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    Refer a few posts up
     
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    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 :laugh:
     
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    Use 3 cups of bubble bath. Works great.
     
  15. diesel4me

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    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! :blush: :doah: ...I usualy just buy new underwear most of the time.. :crazy:

    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!"... :frown1: :surepal: :crazy: ..
     
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    My pants are clean and smell pretty
     
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    Good.

    Now wash your ass better and it won't be such a big deal next time.
     
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    If you've got a stream, rocks and soap you can always do it the old fashion way.

    :haha: Holy crap I missed that one. Probably best to listen to the obi-wan of appliances.
     
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    Not that I'm making any assumptions or anything..... :whistle:
     
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    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? :D :haha:
     

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