As The Tide Turns
Do you know what happens when you have a full bottle of 2X concentrated tide, a full load of clothes and an unattended 2 year old Monkey?
If you follow me on Twitter, you know that this is what happens:
It takes you TWELVE cycles to get all the soap out of the clothes.
Sorry, Rachel, but I’m seriously LOL here!! That’s just too funny! Mostly because I’ve been there and done the loads of laundry myself! LOL
Okay, that is not funny…but it is so funny.
And, the silver lining? At least he poured in soap, which is totally washable, instead of something that wouldn’t wash out!
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awww but how sweet that he wanted to help!!
I promise, you will look back at this in ten years and laugh. Maybe even ten days. (Or maybe it will take at least one day per extra wash cycle to recover.)
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Those will have to be the cleanest load of clothes ever! LOL 🙂
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Yikes! Gotta laugh, right?
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Eek! At least the detergent went in the washing machine instead of on the floor! My 3 year old brother once spilled an entire bottle of detergent on himself and the kitchen floor and my dad had a heck of a time trying to walk across the floor (if I remember right, he slipped and fell a few times), pick my slippery brother up and get him in the bath and rinsed off!
OK, now. You’re starting to get the picture. I’d much rather have detergent in the washing maching than Karo syrup in the dryer. Surely you remember that episode. At least the clothes will be REALLY clean.
omg that happened to me when i was babysitting only it was the dishwasher .
i spent 3 hours cleaning up bubbles praying that when her mom got home i would not be killed. i managed to get it all cleaned before she came home and was thanked for cleaning the floors and counters ……….. i kind of ran home and prayed she did not open the dishwasher.
Those might just be the cleanest clothes of all time. FUN!
Well. I think they are clean now. 😉
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If I had a spare front loader hanging around, I’d ship it to you hon! That is too funny…only because it didn’t happen to me. 🙂
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Oh, now that’s a good one.
Those little boys are about to kill me, but dang it, I think they’re so cute.
Oh, SWEET MERCY.
Don’t feel too bad, I’ve had a similar experience with a 27-year-old.
it takes a REALLY long time to get dishwashing liquid out of a dishwasher, too.
not that i know ANYTHING about that….
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Oh SNAP! I was going to say what Janet said. Cause DAY-UM but it cleans the floors really well…
At least the clothes are making it into the washer– my laundry room has clothes everywhere but inside the thing that makes them clean 😉
And THAT, ladies and gentlemen, is why I could never have children. I was laughing so hard I almost spat my tea on my laptop. (sorry to laugh, but it is hilarious).
I hope you have a better weekend!
Yikes!!! I hate to say it, but it sounds like something my husband would do 🙂
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Well now, that’s one way to make the bubbles last!
Too funny, Rachel, you do have quite the monkey there!
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But have you ever had whiter whites?
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OMG – totally LOL, missed that on Twitter, and now freaking that someday babyboy will do that to me, he’s the biggest monkey of my group and I could definitely see him trying it!