This quick life lesson to kick-start your week is brought to you by Steve.
I’ve been married over 4 years now, and during that time, I’ve learned a few valuable lessons; some of which have already been passed along to you here. Since I don’t want to keep all of this knowledge to myself, here’s another useful tidbit:
It apparently requires more than one pair of khaki pants to make it through an entire work week. It seems a little excessive to me to have to do that much laundry, but this is what I’m told. As a young, apparently uneducated man, I was of the belief that the life of a pair of pants could be extended for a few extra days a week by simply spraying it with Febreeze, tossing in a dryer sheet, and putting it on the fluff cycle for about 5 minutes. While I still use this as a fall-back method, it is no longer the #1 option for obtaining clean clothes.
If you’re pinched for time (or just don’t really want to put forth any effort at all), the dryer also serves as a stress-free ironing board. Don’t believe me? Take a wrinkled shirt or pair of pants, throw them in the dryer for 3-4 minutes by themselves, and watch the wrinkles cower away.