Sunday, July 05, 2009

fyi

If your dryer breaks so you have tons of wet clothes, you might think that hanging them up to dry is a good idea. And maybe it is. But if the humidity is 95% where you live, it could take a while.

7 comments:

Mar said...

And by the time they do dry, they will be so stiff you will be able to just stand them up in the closet without hangers.

Mar said...

And by the time they do dry, they will be so stiff you will be able to just stand them up in the closet without hangers.

KM said...

the same goes for wet hair.

Wet kid
and wet pitties.

Welcome to living in the humidity my friend.

Jordanlz said...

Ha, the other day this girl from Utah was like, (since it has been raining so much) the air is hot, but also with a hint of...moisture? and I had to interrupt, Uh, the word is "Humid" I would also accept "Muggy." Welcome to the midwest. Enjoy.

Mrs. Clark said...

Buh-buy, Utah. Hello, humidity.

ebv said...

Or, as I found in Brazil--they'll never get fully dry. Sorry!

Aunt of 14 said...

That happened to me a few months ago! Man... I never thought my complexion would clear up so fast!