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    Hahahahahaha. I'd laugh in his face!!
    Seriously, I don't iron ANY of my clothes, the only reason we own one is because my Dad bought me a fancy steam one (he was on the army and think everything needs to be ironed).

    DH wears a suit to work a lot and I don't iron anything. Ever.

    DH irons his own clothes and get suits dry cleaned.

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    nope.

    TBH if he expected me to do anything and a term like "it's my job and he won't budge" would mean he would have a fight on his hands. I simply would not do it.

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    Errr no...
    He irons before he goes to bed and does DDs school uniform at the same time- score!
    I suck at ironing :/

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    When DP wore business shirts he always ironed them himself and when l was working l always ironed my own business shirts.

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    Hell no. If he wants them down he can damn well do it himself.

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    Wow - guess I'm the only one who does.

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    I don't work and I have never ironed anything of the hubby's. he also washes his own clothes. We do our own clothes washing and then I do the towels etc.

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    Nope. I'm a SAHM. The M is for Mum not Maid.

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    No, he irons his own work clothes.
    To be honest, I'm too scared I'd burn his uniform. I think he is also too scared I'd burn his uniform. It's too important to burn, and has to be perfectly ironed.
    I'd iron his every day clothes and jeans/shorts though. Just like he irons my clothes. It just depends on who brings the washing in.

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    I'm not a full time SAHM, I work 3 days a week. DH has hinted plenty of times that he would like me to do his washing/ironing since I apparently have all this extra time on my hands to 'socialise' and 'relax'. I told him when I was pregnant that he had until I went on maternity leave to get into the habit of putting his clothes in the baskets (whites and colours separated), and if he could do that I would wash them for him. That was 2yrs ago, his washing still rarely makes it to the baskets.

    I do my clothes plus the household washing (towels, sheets, cushion covers) plus DDs washing. He can do his own, I think it's only fair.


 

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