Ironing

Any of you lot bother with “doing the ironing” at all? I’m not talking about you shirt and tie wearing mother fuckers either, just your bog standard, day-to-day t-shirts or what have you

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A totally unnecessary thing that people have wasted days of their life doing.

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  • I don’t iron a single gosh darn thing
  • I iron some items from time to time
  • I iron most of the items I wear
  • I’m a shirt and tie wearing mother fucker
  • I iron non-clothing but not clothes
  • Other (Please Specify)

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I don’t like creases against my body so yes I am ironing most things.

Does this include creases in, for example, paper?

My mum used to iron tea towels. Probably still does.

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I have been known to iron paper

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Fuck ironing except for very special outfits.

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no but i find it charming when people do

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I used to do a lot of ironing when I wore a suit to work every day. Now I might iron a shirt for a wedding, but other than that :man_shrugging:

My mum used to iron socks but vehemently deny it.

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I, roning?

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Isn’t it ironing,
Don’t you think?

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Can you speak on this a little further at all?

Great thread on a pressing issue!

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Don’t even own an iron mate.
Work shirts out of the washer bit of a shake and onto a hanger to dry.

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Don’t do it, don’t believe in it. It’s all just a con created by Big Iron.

If I were looking to play the markets these days I’d probably invest in iron manufacturers as it’s currently “buy low” but then I’d look to disrupt the market by using TikTok trends and influencers to make ironing a popular thing to do and then “sell high”

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Iron every week. Not sending my son to school in creased shirts.
Also: “non-iron” shirts - like fuck they are

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If I asked somebody how their evening was going and they told me they’d just finished doing some ironing I would think ‘wow, that’s an unusual but endearing way to spend your time’

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