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    I will second that. I don't get matcha green tea. First off, green tea in general is like... hot water, with ??? mild dirt flavour? I'm not sure. It's not appealing. I'll just have water, thanks. I am doubly uncertain of how it is supposedly "improved" by leaving little bits of leaf material in it, but all frothy? Pass.
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    I think on the other side of this virus there's gonna be a lot of industries newly thriving and a lot of previously prosperous industries going under. I predict many people will be reevaluating their priorities.

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    Ironing. I can’t be bothered to go back and see if it’s already on the thread, but it should be. Ironing clothes is such a fucking waste of time, energy, and resources. We could all just agree that nobody gives a shit if your clothes are slightly wrinkled and ironing boards and irons could stop being a thing. Or just a thing we use for some cool crafts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sir archely View Post
    Ironing. I can’t be bothered to go back and see if it’s already on the thread, but it should be. Ironing clothes is such a fucking waste of time, energy, and resources. We could all just agree that nobody gives a shit if your clothes are slightly wrinkled and ironing boards and irons could stop being a thing. Or just a thing we use for some cool crafts.
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    I am a firm believer in steaming one's clothes out of wrinkles. I'm not above spraying said item with water and hanging it in the bathroom a few days through a few showers to de-wrinkle and, if that doesn't work, running it through the dryer again next time I do laundry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dregs View Post
    If you want to turn up to work looking like you slept in your clothes in a box under a bridge, who has the right to judge you?
    I'm curious about how you store your clothes to achieve this look. I mean, I'm pretty cavalier about how I fold/shove my clothes into the closet/clothes cubby, but I generally avoid sartorial comparison to bridge trolls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anita Blake View Post
    I'm curious about how you store your clothes to achieve this look. I mean, I'm pretty cavalier about how I fold/shove my clothes into the closet/clothes cubby, but I generally avoid sartorial comparison to bridge trolls.
    If you're going to the effort of putting on clothes you may as well look your best. I just find the overall effect of a flash shirt is somewhat diminished if it looks like a dog slept on it.
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    Down with ironing! I generally iron with a spray bottle and my blow dryer #lazy. Also, down with folding, specifically those unfoldable fitted sheets.
    But is there wine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tatum View Post
    Also, down with folding, specifically those unfoldable fitted sheets.
    NOooooo! I have learned the secret magicks of folding fitted sheets. I'm a high level sorceress now, and if you do away with folding fitted sheets, I might as well become a bridge troll after all, my skills will be worthless!
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    Don't worry Anita your many other skills will be priceless in the coming apocalypes. Spinning, weaving, milling. You might as well become queen of all of us basic villagers, no trolling necessary.

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    Who will be our blacksmith? Who will be our apocathery? Maybe I can be the village ummm... person who drinks at the vilage pub every night?

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    Ooooor, we could all just send our fitted sheets to Anita for folding. *wipes hands* my work here is done.
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    I could start a veeeery lucrative business in this blighted time when everyone is trapped indoors and unable to fold their sheets.
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    Yessssss... I was just looking at my sheets and realized the apocalypse is complete. But there's hope still!
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    Sending a bucket of wadded up fitted sheets to you now. I put them in a bucket because....it just seemed right. A yellow bucket, with a handle and a picture on the side of a giraffe with a mullet.
    But is there wine?

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