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        10-28-2008, 06:09 PM
      #11
    Green Broke
    Laundromat is where I use to take my blanket when I had one and I wash the slinky in my washing machine by itself.
         
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        10-28-2008, 07:52 PM
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    Trained
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    Originally Posted by Appyt    
    Wimp! LOL

    I know!

    I have really learned to let some stuff go....*sigh*

    But then because I oblige him with the small stuff I don't get crabbed at when I go and do things like buying a saddle at the auction while he's out smoking a cigarette!!! *And I did... And he paid for it*

    Pick and choose your battles girls!!!!!!
         
        10-28-2008, 11:47 PM
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    Started
    Good point. ;)
         
        10-29-2008, 12:37 AM
      #14
    Showing
    As far as I know ...I am still banned from laundromats around the city because I did my horse blankets in them... appearantly customers complain when they use a machine after me... even if I put an extra cycle on....
         
        10-29-2008, 10:59 AM
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    Trained
    LMAO... Allie do they have "Wanted" posters of you in all the laundromats?

    Hehehehehehe * I cracked my self up with that*
         
        10-29-2008, 03:55 PM
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    As far as I know ...I am still banned from laundromats around the city because I did my horse blankets in them... appearantly customers complain when they use a machine after me... even if I put an extra cycle on....
    I can see where people would get upset..but come on it is a laundrymat... that's why you look in the machine before you put your stuff in. I know that I have turned the water pretty dirty...lol
         
        10-29-2008, 04:01 PM
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    UHM, Just tell him to live with it. As long as you are cleaning it out well afterwards there shouldn't be a problem with hair or smell.
    sorry for the double post...

    So last time I washed blankets he was home, I tried getting as much hair off as possible outside first and then I threw them in the washer. He was maybe like 15 feet from me, didnt say a word. After the wash was done I did a short bleach wash(empty machine) and hung them in the garage to dry. I left them in there for a couple weeks and he was like "so when are you going bring those to the laundy place and have them washed???"

    I about died laughing and todl him he was home when I washed them, he totally disagreed and then was like "I thought something was different with my clothes"...:roll:

    Ya whatever I guess, I pay rent there too...lol, he doesnt like it when I wash my tail extension in the house either, I usually do it in the sink and then hang dry it in the tub... he has no good reason for it to bother him

    Boys, I tell ya
         
        10-29-2008, 05:38 PM
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    LMAO... Allie do they have "Wanted" posters of you in all the laundromats?
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    hehehehehehe * I cracked my self up with that*


    Erm... no posters yet, this was a few years back haha!! But they have security cameras... and wow I'm such a wuss!!
    I use a pressurewasher at my local carwash now...


         
        10-29-2008, 05:51 PM
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    Erm... no posters yet, this was a few years back haha!! But they have security cameras... and wow I'm such a wuss!!
    I use a pressurewasher at my local carwash now...

    And THAT is probably faster! Great idea, especially for those big thick ones.
         

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