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    Turns out I struggle to adult at posting stupid memes on my new tablet.

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    I was thinking the same as a previous post. Are they completely dry?

    Maybe your linen cupboard has a moisture issue and needs one if those moisture absorbency box things

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    I think some fabric softener would help but it's got to be those strong long lasting ones. Perhaps some drawer liners in there that smell nice too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin275 View Post
    Putting on a bra without having to twist it around so the clasp is at the front
    THIS! I have a sports bra that goes over my head then I have to do the clasp up behind me, I swear it takes me at least 4-5 minutes to get both hooks lined up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post

    Knitting. Have been taught been 14 times and still can't do it.

    Telling my left from my right
    OMG yes. The amount of times I have been taught to knit, and as soon as I put the needles down its gone.

    And I still do the L shapes with my hands to tell left from right. People laugh at me about it all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JET09 View Post
    Wiping the skirting boards and doorways not something I have ever thought of lol
    Wiping skirting boards used to be our punishment when we were naughty as kids lol. Maybe that's why I don't do it now?

    I'm not good at dusting. Or filing. Or being organized in general. We got a filing cabinet. It stood empty for at least a year. Then we filed things. Now there's a pile of stuff next to it that needs to be filed. Too hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin275 View Post
    Putting on a bra without having to twist it around so the clasp is at the front
    i thought this was the normal way to put a bra on?!? I've never been able to do the clasps up when they're at the back!!

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    If something in the house breaks I pretty much stare blankly at it and then start wondering what sort of tradesperson I'd need to sort it out. If I was at home alone and a fuse went, I'd be sitting in the dark until DH got home. I'm hopeless at that kind of thing. It's weird because DH and I have renovated an old house together and I did heaps of handy things like tiling, plastering, assembling and installing a kitchen... But for some reason in my own home I'm useless.

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    My linen gets that smell!! Ggrrr! It's definitely completely dry as well, as I always use the dryer??

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    I keep our soap in the linen cupboard and it gives everything a nice scent.
    That's about as housewifey as I get.

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