Monday, September 22, 2008

LIVE FROM THE LAUNDROMAT! [Disclaimer, I may or may not be home already since it would have been 540 million giggleybites to send to blogger!]

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you left a plastic bag in a dryer??

Wonder no more! I know what you're thinking! "Wow! A cool new craft for my kiddies!"

All for only $99.99!!



[Plastic Sold Separately!]


BeeCo Patent Pending.


Humor-Blogs

32 comments:

  1. Are your those are not your undies?

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  2. DAN!! I stopped wearing plastic underwear when I turned 30!

    I can control my pee now.

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  3. I thought it was an athletic supporter. #3 on the list of reasons I don't go to the laundrymat.

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  4. Haha...I like that arts and crafts project. Just add glitter ;-)

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  5. Just a heads up for your male readers, Bee.

    Do NOT use condoms that have been through a commercial clothes dryer.

    Consider that a Public Service Announcement from me and my son, Trojan.

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  6. It looks like a bee hive. Ironically enough, your name is Bee. Hmmm, I think you did that on purpose, haha.

    buzz buzz

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  7. Mike:
    That would have been one HUGE... athlete!

    Colbymarshall:
    Only $99.99!! Get it while it lasts!!

    I washed the bag I brought my quilt in and then without knowing, it also went into the dryer. oops!

    Doug:
    Ha ha ha! I wish I had a cool story about my conception but all I have is that I was an immaculate conception. (:o}

    Fly:
    Ha! It does doesn't it! Damn! I threw it out! I should have tried putting some weed in there.

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  8. LOL! That's something I would do!

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  9. At least it comes out in one piece. This totally trumps those damn tissues that SOME people in my house keep leaving in their(screw it, I'm gonna say HIS) pockets when I do the wash!

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  10. What did the clothes come out like? Are they polka-dotted with plastic?

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  11. Hey! Now that I know it doesn't melt to the clothes, I'm just gonna skip that step of actually taking them outta the bag before throwing them in!!

    ROFL.

    I need more sleep.

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  12. Only $100? I'm going to buy ALL my crappy old plastic here. You know it makes sense!

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  13. I've never seen the plastic bag trick before... NEAT!

    but if you like that... you need to try washing a pull-up.

    yeah.. oh... and trying it too.

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  14. Sixteenth!
    Seriously thought that was underwear when I opened it up on my screen. I'm at work so I gasped a little bit. But no worries, it's just plastic. Wait? Are they plastic underwear?

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  15. Oh, I see someone already posted something about plastic underwear. Here I thought I was being clever. Not clever at all. Boo. But hurray for you recycling.

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  16. Kirsten, do you get scolded by an irritated husband too?? Ha ha.

    FADKOG:
    I always check my pockets and Andy doesn’t believe in tissues. I don’t even want to know.
    But! We do our laundry in separate machines so it’s all good.

    Brian:
    Weirdly, it didn’t melt onto our clothes or the machine. The plastic came out hard and in one piece.

    Larissa:
    Okay but don’t tell anyone it was my idea. I already have one too many lawsuits going.
    I need more sleep too.

    Chris:
    Um, this is so embarrassing. The fine print clearly says plastic not included. Sorry. But! I’ll still take the $100. (plus an additional 79.99 for shipping and handling)

    Orion:
    I’ve washed my pillows so I kinda know what might happen.

    Jacki:
    I thought so too but the hubs was not amused. He gave me a frowny face.

    Jenboglass:
    Congrats on being 16th! and 17th!

    Of course you’re clever. I will disregard brother Dan’s comment.

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  17. A real man could get 12 more years out of those undies...

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  18. VE!!:
    Wow. I’d hate to do your laundry!

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  19. did you know you could lightly melt a styrofoam cup in the oven and it comes out looking like a ghost?

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  20. jean knee:
    Really? I happen to have some environment killing cups, I'll try it tonight!

    By lightly you mean not 500 degrees for an hour right?

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  21. You said "left in the dryer". Why was the plastic bag put into the dryer in the first place?

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  22. Julia:

    As afore mentioned, I, Bee Lastname, am a googley-moogley who washed the plastic bag I had brought my quilt in.

    I, Bee Lastname, did not notice I had washed it so I proceeded to transfer the contents of the washer into the high heat drying apparatus because I am a ninny muggins. I was henceforth where onto with relish, reprimanded by the custodian of my soul, one Andrew Husband.

    P.S.

    All for $99.99! Get them while they last!

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  23. Women who can wiggle like you don't need to be good at laundry Bee :>)

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  24. Ahh..looks like my knit thingy..kinda

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  25. Thank goodness those aren't your undies... they're full of holes.

    Wait, that might not be a bad thing.

    Lemme ask the guys...

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  26. I like how it made little dimples.

    Pretty cool craft Bee!

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  27. John:
    Try it with a diaper. Not on you...

    Bill:
    Thanks! I do owe you my wiggle though! :o)

    Dani C:
    We are both soooo creative!
    (although mine was accidental)

    Anndi:
    What are you talking about? Holes in undies for what purpose?? ;op

    NCS:
    Thanks! It just came to me!

    Kirsten:
    Smart girl! You hide the evidence!

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  28. What's the shipping, handling and dryer repair?

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