Woman: Here's the laundry. I picked up the clothes, put them in the basket, "dragged them down and washed them. And now as you can see, I'm delegating the folding. Man: Wow. These smell really clean!
Actually, the machine did the washing. You just pressed a few buttons.
I said I’d do the folding until my wife decided she didn’t like the way I was folding. So I said I’d do the washing until she said she didn’t like my washing. Now I only have to put my dirty clothes in the laundry basket and peace and tranquility reign supreme.
So I guess this would be the classic definition of passive/aggressive behavior. I can’t really blame her for “delegating”. If he can’t be bothered to even put his soiled laundry in the basket, take it to the laundry room and push a few buttons, he deserves what he gets.
Good point cdnalor, it’s not as if she was at the stream with a washboard and a large flat rock.
Does it smell like a tropical breeze or mountain rain?
My problem is dryer sheets. My wife uses too many, and she doesn’t catch all of them when folding or hanging the clothes. It’s strange to be walking down the street and a stray dryer sheet starts to migrate out of your pant leg.
People fold socks and undies ? Waste of time ! It’s not like some one going to see the wrinkled socks on your feet .