Sunday, October 19, 2008

Two Days Off

cartoon from www.weblogcartoons.com

Cartoon by Dave Walker. Find more cartoons you can freely re-use on your blog at We Blog Cartoons.


Send. Help. Please.

29 comments:

Lisa J said...

Amen to that!!!!

Suz @ Alive in Wonderland said...

There is nothing more horrifying.

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

I did five loads yesterday. Of course flylady.net proclaims that a load per day would prevent all this catastrophe, and if I actually did the math, five loads in one day is almost the same as doing one small load every day, but just spread out.(She also says to swish your toilet brush around every day and wipe down your sinks every day. Right! That's really easy! And just what I want to do every day as I'm racing to get ready for work and children ready for school.)

Somehow I just cannot get with the program. Who in the WORLD wants to do laundry every day? And if this person exists, I'll take out a second mortgage for you to come here and do mine.

I'm not passionate about this topic at all though.

Flea said...

YES!!!

Bear Naked said...

One of the reasons why being an empty nester isn't so bad.

Bear((( )))

Deb said...

without children in the house, I have but 3 loads every 5 days or so. I found that my son was the generator of dirty clothes! There's an upside to empty nester.

TSannie said...

I'll send help only if they come to my house first!

Living on the Spit said...

The SAME thing happened in my house this weekend!

I will send Hardly Not Working Man over after he finishes ours...LOL


Marlene

Ellen said...

What is it about laundry that it increases exponentially every day that you ignore it? Do we ever actually see the bottom of the hamper?

imbeingheldhostage said...

after I dig my way out of mine, you'll be my first stop!!! I'm coming, hang on!

asthmagirl said...

1. Your kids don't do laundry?
2. The downside to kids doing laundry is that I can never get my load started.
3. How much laundry can teenagers have?

Krysta said...

i'm there. so what do i do to get out from under that mess?

Keetha said...

Pour a glass of wine first. Then it will be okay.

Sassy said...

I sooooooooooooooooooo understand and feel your pain...our new washer was finally delivered last Wednesday after two months without one and a big family....I am in LAUNDRY HELL!!!!!!! ♥the cartoon!

tj said...

...Boy, isn't that the God's honest truth! lol... :o)

...Blessings...

big hair envy said...

Have you seen the commercial where a GIANT ball of laundry crashes into a family's yard and stops right in front of the woman? They filmed that at my house...

KD @ A Bit Squirrelly said...

If you find the magic laundry help will you send it my way too?? kthxbai.

Daryl said...

LOL .. burn or bury it ... start over ..

:-Daryl

Hilary said...

Ack.. you've been peeking!

WORKING MOM said...

Isn't it the truth???? If you let one day go, it seems to magnify one hundred times.

Sandie said...

It's not the actual washing or drying I hate, it's the aftermath (a.k.a. folding/hanging/putting away---yuck).

Flash Stitcher said...

Oh my Dog...this is my life and I only have one NSLO and one Husband.

WHen did you sneak in to my Laundry room??

Mary said...

Don't hate me, but doing laundry is the ONE chore that I don't mind...

Now cleaning bathrooms is another story...
xoxo,
Mary

Joanie said...

That is exactly what my laundry is going to do now that I'm afraid of carrying it to the basement!

noble pig said...

I just saw that exact pile in my laundry room!

dlyn said...

As the weather gets colder, Larry wears more and more clothes to work - he can make a pile like that in 5 minutes after he gets home.

Alias Liz Jones said...

I have a load in the washer, a load in the dryer, and at least 3 loads waiting. Yeah! The fun never ends. I know, I should be proud to have clothing. I realize that, but I wish that someone would invent something better. Gorgeous throw away clothing would be nice, but then, we wouldn't want to throw it away... hmmm.

Rebeckah said...

Isn't that the truth? : ). It just never ends. It multiplies!

phd in yogurtry said...

It is a beast that refuses to be tamed.