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    Quote Originally Posted by MZmama View Post
    My linen gets that smell!! Ggrrr! It's definitely completely dry as well, as I always use the dryer??
    If you can, hang it in direct sunlight for a few hours. It should help kill any sneaky bacteria that could be causing the smell.

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    There is only one answer to all of this: [IMG] http://cdn.meme.am/instances/500x/55975199.jpg [/IMG]

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    Good to know I have found my people! So many things on this list are me...
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    I have few but my biggest failing would be the washing, I forget to do it, forget to hang it out and rarely fold it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by btmac View Post
    Well I didn't know some of these were a thing.

    For starters who puts their bra on and tries to do it up at the back? Seriously?? I've always done the strap up around my waist at the front then turned it back around.

    What's dusting? Like honestly isn't that just something 1950's and 60's housewives did in American sitcoms? I didn't know we're supposed to actually do it as discrete chore around the house??

    Anyway ...

    I can't do networking. I just cannot fathom standing around with a group of people who I know nothing about and have nothing in common with and somehow making a connection with them based solely on the hope they can advance/support my career/business.

    I can't achieve that polished/done look I see women walking around with everyday. You know their outfit complements their figure, their hair is shiny and neat, they have make up on and they look purposeful and elegant - at woolies!

    A coordinated home. Like many of the photos I see on here and Pinterest. Their furniture has a style and they have art or photos on the walls. My house has a hodge podge of hand me down furniture that does go with any other piece or the house!!

    Stain removal. Seriously at what point in motherhood will I achieve the nigh on mythical stain removal skills that my mother seems to have??

    There's more but that should do. Hope it makes you feel better @CakeyMumma

    Aside from putting my bra on properly, I agree with all of this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by btmac View Post
    Well I didn't know some of these were a thing.

    For starters who puts their bra on and tries to do it up at the back? Seriously?? I've always done the strap up around my waist at the front then turned it back around.

    What's dusting? Like honestly isn't that just something 1950's and 60's housewives did in American sitcoms? I didn't know we're supposed to actually do it as discrete chore around the house??

    Anyway ...

    I can't do networking. I just cannot fathom standing around with a group of people who I know nothing about and have nothing in common with and somehow making a connection with them based solely on the hope they can advance/support my career/business.

    I can't achieve that polished/done look I see women walking around with everyday. You know their outfit complements their figure, their hair is shiny and neat, they have make up on and they look purposeful and elegant - at woolies!

    A coordinated home. Like many of the photos I see on here and Pinterest. Their furniture has a style and they have art or photos on the walls. My house has a hodge podge of hand me down furniture that does go with any other piece or the house!!

    Stain removal. Seriously at what point in motherhood will I achieve the nigh on mythical stain removal skills that my mother seems to have??

    There's more but that should do. Hope it makes you feel better @CakeyMumma
    Apparently you suck 4x as much as the rest of us, either that or you didn't think 3 posts would be enough to convince us 😝

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    Agree @btmac with everything. Especially the dressing bit and stain removal.

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    This thread is golden

    Reading analogue clocks.
    I can do it, it just takes me a lot of time and concentration. I'm so jealous of people that just flick their eyes at the clock for a moment and know the time. How do they do it so fast?! Wizards.

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    I can put my bra on properly and read a clock. I still count using my fingers, I can't do basic addition and subtraction and the only times tables I can do are twos and tens. I can fold a fitted sheet but don't know how to use the remote control for our tele properly. I don't know how to do financial anything.

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