Towel Question

What is that bit on a towel where it isn’t a towel any more for an inch or so

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You know, that bit. What’s it all about

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I recognise that bit of a towel but I am pleased to say that I have never purchased a towel with one of those bits on it myself.

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You’re a towel

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Give Marckee ten minutes to Google it…

I’ve no idea why they have them (maybe it’s decorative?), but I do know that they’re called a ‘dobby’.

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Hello, I run a towel factory

(I don’t but I used to sell them)

The decorative strip to which you refer is normally there to prolong the life of the the towel. The weave of a typical towel is quite loose and the strip helps to make it more rigid.

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Thanks for your help everyone, you’ve been a great comfort to me in these trying times.

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Hmm…

Hmm…

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This is fucking bullshit and you know it

Quite frankly amazed that you doubt me. Marckee yes, you no

he’s just angry you’ve outed him as a buyer of low quality towels

Probably buys ones that look pretty. They’re just ‘colours over substance’ imo

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You’re just throwing around industry buzzwords “weave of the towel” “rigidity” load of absolute arse

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I like to run that strip up my anus (I call it the anti-mehodor).

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I do understand you feeling threatened by knowledge. It’s a common reaction

what have I done

Go take your fucking rigidly woven towel and shove it up your actual arsehole, prick.

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just desperately trying to dry himself before his low quality towel completely unravels on him, a truly pitiful scene

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Sorry about saying this @NoahVale