I Say We Have The Right To Hang Our Laundry Outside

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    Not A Problem

    I don't see a problem with it... I mean, you're saving electricty by not running a dryer, and you aren't polluting anything. Why not hang your laundry outside?
    SpiritOfTheRabbit SpiritOfTheRabbit
    36-40, F
    5 Responses Apr 1, 2010

    Sunshine Fresh

    Since I live in the country, we are allowed to hang our laundry on a line outside. If you live in the valley, you can't I don't know why. It's a stupid law. During the warm months, I love to hang my bedsheets and such out on the line. It seems they smell fresher and feel...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    4 Responses Nov 19, 2009

    While Taking Down My Laundry...

    HI! MY NAME IS ARCHIE. I WANTED TO SHARE WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT WHILE I WAS TAKING MY LAUNDRY OFF THE CLOTHES LINE. IT WAS JUST AFTER 8 pm & IT WAS STARTING TO GET DARK. WHILE TAKING DOWN MY LAUNDRY I ALWAYS START WITH THE PAINTS, FOLDING THEM TO MEET THE SEAMS. THEN I MOVE ON...
    LITTLEBOYINSIDE LITTLEBOYINSIDE
    41-45, M
    1 Response Apr 27, 2012

    I Do Hang My Laundry Outside

    HEY THERE! MY NAME IS ARCHIE. WHILE GROWING UP MY MOTHER HUNG OUR LAUNDRY OUTSIDE, EXCEPT DURING WINTER, BECAUSE IT WOULD FREEZE. NOTHING COMPAIRS TO THE SMELL OF SHEETS OR CLOTHES THAT HAVE BEEN HUNG OUTSIDE. ESPECIALLY IN SPRING.  WHERE I LIVE THERE ARE VERY MANY HOT DAYS...
    LITTLEBOYINSIDE LITTLEBOYINSIDE
    41-45, M
    1 Response Apr 22, 2012

    Solar Power

    I much prefer to hang my clothes in the natural solar driven dryer call the sun. Australia is home of the rotary clothes line (the Hills Hoist) and I use that to its full effect. The feel and smell of sun dried clothes - nothing quite beats it. With the cost of electricity on...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Apr 2, 2010
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