|not like this|
how to hang clothes on the freaking line
1. Big stuff like sheets, goes at the back, not the front. If you put them in the front, everything else will be in shade and take longer to dry. Everything must be done decently and in order.
|pegs on seams|
2. Put small things at the front - but not my undies. (Some might argue they're big things but we won't go there!) We want to avoid showing off undies to anybody. However my nice nightie with the lace and strappy numbers, doesn't fit that category. They are OK to hang at the front, along with any of my lacy black bras.
3. About socks. Try to put all the socks together. In fact, they can hide my undies on the row behind quite effectively.
4. Use the line space wisely. Don't leave huge gaps at the end of a row which doesn't leave enough space to hang anything else on that bit of line.
5. Try not to put pegs in places where you will notice 'peg-marks' when wearing that thing. This cuts down on ironing which is extremely important. Avoid shoulders and use underarms or the upside-down theme where appropriate. If you must hang by the shoulders, try to put the peg on a seam, so the mark is less obvious.
If in doubt about what's appropriate, just ask. You can be sure I will tell you the right way to do it!
So. Follow the rules, people, and you will always be...
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