I'm always complaining about my family members not cleaning up their dirty clothes. I don't understand why it's so difficult for them to get their things off the floor and put them in the hamper.
Well, today my husband had a brilliant solution to the problem. I walked into my bedroom and looked up. Hanging from the ceiling fan, was a pair of underwear, an undershirt, and a pair of socks.
"Really?" I said.
My husband came in with a huge grin on his face. "They're not on the floor, are they?"
He had a point. But I bet it took a lot longer to get those things on the fan, than it would've taken to walk over to the hamper and toss them in!
But where's the fun in that?ReplyDelete
I need to try that...
You do that and see how much your lovely wife likes it!Delete
I bet you're right! LOLReplyDelete
I hope he had fun doing it!Delete
Oh my gosh. Too much.ReplyDelete
That's my man!Delete
That is funny! Your family always has creative ideas! DReplyDelete
I'd say they're all nuts!Delete
HA! I love to aggravate my wife with silly things. Have your husband make a list, so I can use them on my wife! My wife follows your blog so have him email it to me. :-)ReplyDelete
Hahahaha! If your wife read your comment, she's going to be expecting underwear overhead! ;0)Delete
good thing the fan wasn't on... imagine the smell in the room if it was.....ReplyDelete
He actually turned the fan on, because he thought they'd come down if they started spinning. No such luck. But yes, if those garments had been another day older, I'm sure the stench would've been unbearable! ;0)Delete
I think he wanted to make you smile.ReplyDelete
Ha! He succeeded!Delete
haha at least you don't have to bend over to pick them upReplyDelete
That's looking at the bright side!Delete
What is it with husbands and leaving clothes on the floor? :) Hanging them on the ceiling fan was quite creative though :)ReplyDelete
I'm so worried my son is going to grow up and become a husband who leaves his things on the floor. I feel sorry for his future wife! ;0)Delete
I hope there was no stainsReplyDelete
They'd be up pretty high, so at least I can't see them! ;0)Delete
Maybe he just wanted to air them outReplyDelete
Ha! Fan dried. ;)Delete
The ceiling fan? Seriously? That solution sounds more crazy than brilliant to me, heh...ReplyDelete
My husband's solutions are always a little on the crazy side!Delete
Seems to be funny!! In our house also used to throw the clothes here and there. Now i have trained my kid to put his dirty clothes properly in the bin. So when his father is not doing he used to tell him to put. Now house looks clean.ReplyDelete
Lucky you! My family is not so easily trained.Delete
Oh no he didn't….ReplyDelete
I can only imagine the smirk he had on his face...
He was very proud of himself!Delete
Lol! Yes, a very brilliant idea. :) My guys get it to the laundry, but drive me crazy with everything being inside out!ReplyDelete
LOL! I have the inside out problem, too!Delete
Turn that sucker on and hope your husband gets whapped in the face by a used pair of skivvies.ReplyDelete
*LOL* I can see where your boy gets his smarts! ;)ReplyDelete
LOL, pretty hilarious. I have the same problem though I never encountered them on the ceiling fan :) I asked my husband why the clothes are on the floor and he said, " they magically transport themselves on their own back to the hamper so why bother. " :)ReplyDelete
LOL, oh my! I better not tell my guys about this post or else I may find undergarments hanging from our livingroom ceiling fan. ; )ReplyDelete