I, Anonymous Jul 2, 2020 at 2:35 pm



Men go topless. Women should be able to also.

Regarding folding your laundry. You "waited a little longer than usual" - If it were me, I'd be uncomfortable just throwing someone else's clothes off to the side, and I'd fold them as the polite thing to do.

Consider that you were the inconsiderate individual (yta).


I grew up in a large family, and our mother quit doing our laundry when we started junior high. The rule was that if you encountered languishing laundry and you wanted to use the machine, you moved it along in an appropriate way – and that included folding the contents of the dryer.
That’s the way I've always done it. When my elderly neighbor forgets about a load in progress, I move it to the dryer, fold it when done, and take the basket to her door. (I think she purposely “forgets,” but that’s ok, because I really like her.)
I’ve found my own neglected laundry dried and neatly folded in the past. I felt embarrassed and appreciative, not outraged.
Moral to the story? “There’s no need to get your panties in a bunch.”


Touching someone else's Fresh Laundry
during a Pandemic isn't the same thing anymore.

For how long should someone Wait for someone else to come remove their dry goods so they can use the dryer too? What's appropriate?


Leaving your clothes in for 30 minutes after they're done is not okay in a communal setting where others are waiting to use machines.

Just because people may be retired or off work doesn't mean they want to make multiple trips to the laundry room waiting on you to get around to getting your stuff out.

And you're complaining because someone FOLDED it for you? Next time, set a timer and get your laundry out when it's done.

Please wait...

and remember to be decent to everyone
all of the time.

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