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    Quote Originally Posted by JudgeTheDeedNotTheBreed View Post
    Um yep...................AF YOUR BONKERS WOMAN!!!! Trackies?????????? Trackies??????????????? you've got to be kidding!!!!

    okies.. it's official... I'M BONKERS


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    ****should be nominated for bonkers award****

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    You iron TRACKIES AF???

    OMG! That is soooo funny.

    Actually, I shouldn't laugh, cause at least it proves you know how to use an iron...
    *DA crawls back out*


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    Quote Originally Posted by rebec View Post
    dang it

    my bed has slats....its not going to work as good...
    ...but you would get nice even creases

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    Being in the RAAF and now the police force my husband has been taught how to iron his uniforms. Whenever I decide to be a lovely wife and iron them for him I always ask him to look them over because I worry they're not up to standard. Would be easier to just leave it up to him

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    Ironing board...ironing board...oh yes that rusty metal thing covered in cobwebs down in the shed that is still in the same spot I put it 5 years ago!

    Iron...Iron....oh yes that triangular thingy in the bottom of the hall cupboard, poor thing, must be feeling unloved by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megan View Post
    Being in the RAAF and now the police force my husband has been taught how to iron his uniforms. Whenever I decide to be a lovely wife and iron them for him I always ask him to look them over because I worry they're not up to standard. Would be easier to just leave it up to him
    Megan.... tell hubby you need one of those Laura Star irons, saves heaps of time & cuts through the ironing with ease


    I grew up in the 70's-80's watching my mum slave over older style irons & ironing starch.. she ironed 2 of my brothers & 1 BIL's navy uniforms, the trousers that had to have lots of folds & creases ironed into them "navy uniform regulations "..

    Wonder if that's where i get my ironing fetish from..

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    I can not stand wearing un-ironed clothes...

    I remember all these comments from the other thread about ironing

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    Army son was taught to iron meticulously and he does his own uniforms. Gees, for Mum's funeral he was granted permission to wear dress uniform as a pall bearer. He guarded it like the crown jewels in case we brushed against it.

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    Ironing board is here, still in wrapper, I am eyeing it as an alien being.

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