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neku wrote

its fucked up that you can break things when you use them for their intended purpose. like if you put bricks in the washing machine and it breaks that's ok. but clothes? its not fair

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oolong wrote

my washing machine deciding to draw the line at 4 pairs of jeans:

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neku wrote

maybe your washing machine is one of those people who are like "oh you shouldn't wash jeans... just put them in the fucking freezer for some reason"

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twovests wrote

You doing laundry knowing full well washing machine broke:

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oolong wrote

i broke it doing laundry;;

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twovests wrote (edited )

This absolutely sucks, I hope you have a laundromat nearby. A laundry machine breaking is way more of an inconvenience than it has any right being :(

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oolong wrote

to be fair, it was ~15 years old so only a matter of time before it broke :c

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srsly wrote (edited )

That is a nightmare I am so so sorry :c

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flabberghaster wrote

A couple years back I bought a wash board and a wringer because my landlord kept raising the price on the washing machines.

I think I used them like 5 times total.

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oolong wrote

how much space did the wringer take up?? it looks like a pasta machine

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flabberghaster wrote

The wringer itself is not too big, it disassembles and you can store it. But you need to have something to mount it to in order to use it and it's pretty big when its in use because it has to sit over a bucket or something

I would say the wringer itself is maybe a foot tall and two/three feet wide? But with the bucket and the handle attached much bigger.

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emma wrote

Sorry that happened...

... but on the bright side, you've just broken free from a Sisyphean cycle of suffering according to some people.