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    I never iron, I especially buy work clothes that won't need it. As long as I hang my work pants and skirts they're fine and I never where shirts, just buy blouses/knits that don't need ironing. The most I ever do is a touch up when absolutely necessary.

    DP's work uniform (he's a cop) needs to be ironed daily, mostly because it's made from fairly cheap material and partly because he doesn't put it away properly. Lucky for me he is under the impression that I am very bad at ironing and always does his own... Not sure where he got that idea from, it is possibly true but I don't want to test it out, the current system works for me

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    Think I have used it 3 times in 5 years and I think the 3 times were in the 1st year since having kids!

    I remember someone at work who ironed everything when clothes were picked up off the line. Including socks & undies! Crazy I say I have better things to do!

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    nope. Unless I am going to a job interview/wedding

    My Iron is actually in my classroom at the moment (has been for 3 months) for ironing beads!

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    Nope never! DF irons his uniform at work.

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    I'm sorry, I'm confused? Why is everyone talking about clothes and irons? I have an iron, which was given to me as a gift. When I asked my mother what it is for, she told me it's for threatening and/or disciplining husbands. You hold the cord and swing the heavy, funny shaped bit over your head. Do you all know you're doing it wrong???

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    Pre kids - everything. Inc sheets pillowcases and tea towels

    Post dd1 - tops, skirts, jeans and other creasy clothes in dd1s naptime 1-2 a week.

    Post dd2- nothing. Haven't yet worked out a time in my day to do it. Naptimes are now for lounging on the couch with a cuppa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psylent View Post
    I'm sorry, I'm confused? Why is everyone talking about clothes and irons? I have an iron, which was given to me as a gift. When I asked my mother what it is for, she told me it's for threatening and/or disciplining husbands. You hold the cord and swing the heavy, funny shaped bit over your head. Do you all know you're doing it wrong???
    Lol that's hilarious. I showed this to DH. He is not impressed.

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    No and I don't own one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Lol that's hilarious. I showed this to DH. He is not impressed.
    Lol mine wasn't either when I explained what it was for (the first time he asked me to iron something.) He hasn't asked since though.

    Also, for reference... I am joking. I do not beat my husband, or encourage others to do it. Unless he REALLY deserves it! teehee

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    We have an iron tucked away in the linen cupboard somewhere. It comes out for special occasions like weddings or christenings.....and even then it's DH that will iron the clothes, not me

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