It’s laundry day at the House of Roberts and on rare occasions that can mean, “payday.”
The menfolk, for whom I will still wash dirty clothes, are negligent in turning tees right-side out, unbuttoning shirts, and emptying pants pockets.
In the past I would mention these niceties but it’s never made a difference.
So… if I should find, say loose change or wet paper money in the washer basket after a load of clothes, I have no compunction about keeping said currency.
I consider it a tip for a job well done.
[Yes, they could, and often do, wash their own clothes, but I fill up a load with whatever dirty clothes make their way into the laundry room hamper. The menfolk have learned not to ask about finding any errant money.]
Marriage is about the most expensive way for the average man to get laundry done. Burt Reynolds
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