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    Mrs Molly Coddle is offline I've admitted in writing that veve is awesome - eeek she has proof!!!
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    2 loads of clothes, 1 load of sheets, and the kids' sofa cover. I washed it all today. It was all dry and ready to get off, too, but I am lazy

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    A gazebo cover - my clothesline is under a massive tree and doesn't get enough sun to be useable, so I use it as a frame for the sunshade and have a table and chairs underneath it.

    My poor little airer inside does all the hard work, and is chockers with the current load.

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    I have no idea dh does the washing im not allowed to he thinks I don't hang it out correctly despite me being in change of the family washing as teen when I lived at home and he had never done one iota of washing including turing the machine on even until we moved in together and I taught him how to do it lol
    I think it might be full of mumd stuff we live together with mum and my sister and her dp so with three families sharing the line things don't get a chance to stay on very long lol

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    nothing. it almost never gets used cause using the dryer is easier and quicker. yeah, i know its bad for the environment etc etc but im lazy. DS's MCNs and plastic backed bibs go on a clothes hoist in the lounge room (which is permantly up casue its easier than taking it down every few days)

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    Queen of the dryer here. Actually, probably only a princess as I have a friend who uses 2 dryers at home for a family if 5. She wins the award for most profligate use of the dryer. MCNs on the line only.


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    Clothes that have been there for 2 days that will probably come off when DF gets home from work because I've been unwell and he has been doing everything

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    I had towels on the line for about 3 weeks that I kept rewashing and hanging out so I gave up!

    At the moment, there's nothing on the line. Did all my washing yesterday before the rain sets in again tonight for another wet week in Sydney.

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    I dont have a washing line. Dont have a laundry I have to pack a weeks worth of clothes up (bout 4 baskets full) take them plus the kids around to the MIL's house and do it all there. Thats my weekend gone.

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    Nothing. It all gets taken off when it's dried, then ironed if need be, folded/hung and put away. Job complete

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    I don't know how it doesn't drive you mad. From my office window I can see that the people who live in the units opposite have left a tshirt there since before Christmas and it's driving me crazy. It's faded!!! Just take it in

    My outside line is empty as it rained yesterday, I have two clothes horses inside full of DS' uniform, my work clothes, DP's clothes.. I hung them out last night, will fold and put away tonight then fill it up with whites, work shirts and hand washed tops of mine because I have nothing else to do.


 

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