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bastarding poncy clothes and their stupid washing instructions

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FriedaRoam Mon 13-Jun-11 13:31:17

wash by hand
seperate
turn inside out
dry flat

DONT SPIN - i mean how will it ever dry?

bastards all go in the machine

Gooseberrybushes Mon 13-Jun-11 13:32:58

grin @ your bastard title

on a par with twigs and pebbly shit

FriedaRoam Mon 13-Jun-11 13:33:01

grr

FriedaRoam Mon 13-Jun-11 13:33:32

well its clothes UP THEIR OWN ARSES
"ooh not me in teh machine, im a delicates only"
piss off and get in the 800spin

BelovedCunt Mon 13-Jun-11 13:33:38

i once had 'don't expose to direct sunlight' - oh sorry i didn't realise i had stumbled into 'vlad's emporium for the daylight challenged'

MrsArmstrong Mon 13-Jun-11 13:34:05

Oh I bung it all in the machine too.

If it ruins them then so be it - the last thing I want to own is clothes that are needy.

RunforFun Mon 13-Jun-11 13:34:23

and dont forget do not wash with biological powder.

<<glances at DS wearing an ever so tight wool ralph lauren tanktop that he has to squuze into 'cos some bugger didnt read the label . Sob >>

BelovedCunt Mon 13-Jun-11 13:34:36

is this all you have to worry about frieda?

FriedaRoam Mon 13-Jun-11 13:34:55

lol at cunty ( ooh lala)
i have a cardigan. from poncy kew. prob cost £2.50 to make.
i cant spin it or iron it or even handle it it seems

FriedaRoam Mon 13-Jun-11 13:35:21

yes BC for today is my day off.
i am wafting fragrantly around doing stuff andbookingbotox

FriedaRoam Mon 13-Jun-11 13:35:50

oh YES Some wanking things say what detergent to use! the cheek!
i mean WHO IS THE BOSS HERE?

BelovedCunt Mon 13-Jun-11 13:36:27

i ahve however started washing my bras by hand much to dh's annoyance

MrsArmstrong Mon 13-Jun-11 13:36:37

"Do not tumble dry."

I laugh in the face of danger - into the dryer you go, you pathetic cotton article. Man up and get with the programme (Cottons, 60 minutes, iron dry) or fuck off to Oxfam, shrivelled and rock hard. Bastard.

MWAH HAAA HAAAAAA

FriedaRoam Mon 13-Jun-11 13:37:10

why cant half the stuff be tumble dried?
its as bad as women who dont drive on motorways*

*see what i did there?

FriedaRoam Mon 13-Jun-11 13:37:45

BC - maybe not tumble dry but why not wash in machine?

are your tits SO precious? do they shirk from a fast spin?

BelovedCunt Mon 13-Jun-11 13:37:51

i don't have a tumble drier

FriedaRoam Mon 13-Jun-11 13:38:13

recoils

BelovedCunt Mon 13-Jun-11 13:38:29

yes my tits are precious. dunno, i bought some new ones and wanted to keep them nice. i should jsut get over it

BelovedCunt Mon 13-Jun-11 13:39:24

watch that recoiling yuou might break your face!

MrsArmstrong Mon 13-Jun-11 13:39:52

I have never noticed that in a washing instruction: "do not drive this garment on a motorway"

I am now minded to zoom the length of the M1 with all my undercrackers festooned about my vehicle like farking bunting on a carnival float, to dry them that way.

WE MUST END THIS TYRANNY! I DEMAND THE RIGHT TO LAUNDER AND DRY AS I SO CHOOSE! I WILL NOT BE BEATEN DOWN BY THE PATRIARCHAL NOTION OF A CLOTHES HORSE AND A SHEILA CUNTING MAID!

I see your poncy ordinary clothes.

And raise you.

fuckingbastardwankyknobend rowing kit.

Stinkymcstinky smelly of falling in river water and sweaty bodies rowing kit.

Wash at 30 degrees.

Wash inside out.

Only use non bio powder.

Do not spin.

Do not dry in direct heat.

Do not dry in direct sunlight.

Do not use the tumble drier.

Fucking bastards.

FriedaRoam Mon 13-Jun-11 13:40:52

oh and H " please dont tumble my jeans" for all our married life now WANTS a pair to srhink.
i haev had to leave him to his own devices

BelovedCunt Mon 13-Jun-11 13:41:43

you h wants his jeans to shrink - midlife crisis?

FriedaRoam Mon 13-Jun-11 13:42:02

Lol.
no they are a leetle long.

MrsArmstrong Mon 13-Jun-11 13:42:08

fuckmepinkandcallmerosie

if it can cope with someone wearing it as they heft a canoe up a river, then it can go in at 40 degrees with some powder laced with napalm and plutonium and be dried by gamma rays

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