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Do you hate ironing your shirts/other clothes?

Yes, I absolutely loathe having to iron my clothes. 6 50%
No, I think ironing is fun! 2 16.67%
Obligatory "I(the poster that is not OP) am a (poor) troll and newbletlord" 4 33.33%
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Do you hate ironing?

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Ssraeshza Tvyl

Member

02-13-2013

Poll


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SkeithGotBanned

Member

02-13-2013

Yes, I am a newbletlord. So what?

But I actually think ironing is fun. It's relaxing. I mean, it's just you. Ironing.


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Malzabear

Senior Member

02-13-2013

For sewing/cosplay, no.

But I never iron anything else because it's not worth it looool.


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Scarlena

Senior Member

02-13-2013

I've never ironed anything.


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xWonderWhale

Senior Member

02-13-2013

I think ironing can be very calming...
It's nice seeing everything become to a so nice and neat and warm..


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V0xx

Junior Member

02-13-2013

oh, the ironing..


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silentpartner

Senior Member

02-13-2013

i've avoided doing any ironing for over 2 years, so i guess that means i hate it.


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Neo Sailor Moon

Senior Member

02-13-2013

Fear the woodchipper!


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Bristlegrand

Senior Member

02-13-2013

Protip. If when you leave your shirts out to dry you use coat hangers instead of pegs that alone will deal with almost all the wrinkles.


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Psykar

Junior Member

02-13-2013

Quote:
Bristlegrand:
Protip. If when you leave your shirts out to dry you use coat hangers instead of pegs that alone will deal with almost all the wrinkles.

Only if they're partially polyester, doesn't work for 100% cotton ones


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