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Old 01-04-2010, 08:29 AM   #15
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jim, are you taking in laundry? 3 loads a day lol!!!! jim

I'm 6'4" and 390 lbs. In a Splendide combo, a pair of my jeans, shirt and underwear is one load, two towels and the kitchen stuff is another (we like bath sheets, the big ones) is another and my DW changes clothes at least twice a day for the third. If we didn't keep up, we would be at the laundry mat a couple of times a week!

That being said, now that we are retired, I am thinking about getting her a couple of units and letting her take in laundry. It's time she started carrying her share of the laod!
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I'm 6'4" and 390 lbs. In a Splendide combo, a pair of my jeans, shirt and underwear is one load, two towels and the kitchen stuff is another (we like bath sheets, the big ones) is another and my DW changes clothes at least twice a day for the third. If we didn't keep up, we would be at the laundry mat a couple of times a week!

That being said, now that we are retired, I am thinking about getting her a couple of units and letting her take in laundry. It's time she started carrying her share of the laod!
Funny, you don't look that tall in your picture.
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Those of you who suggest that giving a bottle of wine and calling it a deal, are really off base. If the family don't drink wine, they get nothing. We pay .18 cents/kw hr. here in the RGV in Mission Tx. this winter. Before we knew that we were running things as though we were at home or in a park that don't charge for elec. Now we turn the electric hot water heater off and run the gas only when needed. As said before offer to take them out for a nice dinner and forget the wine unless they do indeed drink wine.
Wine, dinner, whatever...the point was, make an offering indicating you appreciate their hospitality and all will be well. I assumed these folks know their friends well enough to determine an appropriate offering. Sheesh.
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