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    Towels from today's swim, and some enjo that I hung out this morning. That's it. I can very honestly say I have never had anything on my line for more than a few days.

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    Bahahahaha You are a lady after my own heart, the stuff on my line has been there almost a week, I wish I could say it was only 1 blanket but the line is absolutely chockers....

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    nuffin. i haven't really been using it lately, what with the days and days of rain we had recently.

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    OMG!
    I am a bit anal with the washing.It annoys me if the neighbours leave washing out LOL.Just last week,the neighbours left washing on the line and it rained for like a week and they just left it there,I kept wondering when they would take it in!!
    I hate the look of washing.I wont even have it out when I have people over.
    Like I said,,,I am anal

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    this morning was a full line of towels and enjo (they were there overnight tsk tsk) only because with all the rain they were my third load for the day and we went out late in the arvo/night.
    They came in around lunch time and we had a yard day - then I have just hung up a full 10kilo load of clothes.
    ..I pop out in minute to see if they are worth bringing in or leaving til tomorrow. DP can get his work pants off - because I'm not his maid

    The clothes horse in the back room on the other hand has had school clothes on it since Friday night.

    I'd say your blanket is gonna be either mouldy or pretty damn stenchy when you take it off...

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    One sock. Odd socks live on the line until their mate turns up or until they are so faded that I throw them out and give up on the idea of a reunion.

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    Haha sorry had to laugh. I have previously left towels on the line for a few weeks to the point the sun bleached them (my excuse was the line was around the side of the house out of site) & I would re wash them. Right now I've got some dark clothes & a blanket but they have only been there a few hours & about to take them off.

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    Cloth nappies, I hung them out this morning. We *finally* have some sunlight in Brissy.

    I'm pretty good with getting washing off of the line actually...it's getting it on that is a problem. My weakness is washing a load and forgetting about it, and then finding it and discovering that it stinks. Then having to wash it all over again.

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    All sheets and doona covers, some towels, clothes...just our normal daily load pretty much lol.

    I do not leave things on the line for more than 12 hours. I just couldn't sleep at night knowing something was left undone eeeek!

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    There were some sheets on there for AGES. Well, a week. lol. It kept on raining and they would end up soaked. I can't hang them on an airer inside cos they're too long for that... so I figured I could bring them in and let them go mouldy, or just leave them, soaked. lol. I just left them there till the sun came out and it finally stopped raining so they could dry.


 

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