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post #8101 of 13948
I need to find a new dry cleaner. Current one always messes up the collars on my dress shirts.

Or just stop being lazy and do it myself.
post #8102 of 13948
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

I need to find a new dry cleaner. Current one always messes up the collars on my dress shirts.

Or just stop being lazy and do it myself.

 

always intrigued by people who do this. Between having to drop off/pick up and the cost, does it not feel like a chore? Or do they hate ironing that much perhaps.

post #8103 of 13948
Ironing feels like a chore too. Also, you generally drop off your shirts when you have other things to drop off... like suits and outerwear
post #8104 of 13948
I guess I'm one of the few who actually enjoys doing laundry and ironing.
post #8105 of 13948
if there are images in the spoiler can cause it as well but yes for most part page load.
post #8106 of 13948
If I try to pick up my garments when the dry cleaner hasn't fully loaded, I'm automatically sent back to the front entrance. Sucks.
post #8107 of 13948
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Originally Posted by Bussit View Post

I guess I'm one of the few who actually enjoys doing laundry and ironing.

 

same here, I do it while watching TV, it really isn't that bad. Kinda relaxing really

post #8108 of 13948
It's relaxing for me too. One of the few times I can have some quiet time without distraction. I also get to catch any stains or defects before wearing it out. 🤗

But if time is a constraint for most, then it's understandable.
post #8109 of 13948
I even do my wife's ironing.
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post #8111 of 13948
Flashy pants are rather old news as far as fashion is concerned. My theory on why the brits wear them is that it just goes easily with a green (Barbour) jacket and echoes the the red socks worn with formal attire by some semi-eccentric Brits of old, notably those of the foreign service.

Note: old people in Paris who are editors or whatever often wear coloured khakis, although red is just one option.
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yeah, this is pretty much what i envision whenever i read synthese's writing

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Originally Posted by momentoftruth View Post
 

 

always intrigued by people who do this. Between having to drop off/pick up and the cost, does it not feel like a chore? Or do they hate ironing that much perhaps.


its on my way home from work, so not at all.

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I left my beanie in a cab last night. Looking for something new, lightweight wool, perhaps a wool linen mix, not too thick. Longer than usual as I have a large head. Any suggestions?
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Originally Posted by bows1 View Post

I left my beanie in a cab last night. Looking for something new, lightweight wool, perhaps a wool linen mix, not too thick. Longer than usual as I have a large head. Any suggestions?

The Wolf vs Goat beanies are really good and only $20 or so as I recall. Not sure if they have any in stock. But they are really lightweight and soft.
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