What grinds your gears - partner edition

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craigos

Norm Smith Medallist
Sep 2, 2014
9,857
18,567
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Other Teams
Liverpool
Leaves all the bloody pegs on the line after removing the washing
+1
What is wrong with that
You monster
I find pegs will deteriorate quicker if left out on line but leaving them in a peg basket in the sun does the same anyway. So unless you put them under shade or back inside it makes no difference if left on line or in basket.
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It’s ******* annoying. It means he unpegs them all to take the washing off then repegs them back on, only for me to have to take them off again to hang more washing out.
And this ^

HBF get your life together.
 

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Shell

Premium Platinum
Jul 2, 2005
112,036
65,090
Melbourne
AFL Club
Geelong
I think bending right down to put them back in the basket, or dropping them, missing then bending down to pick them up over and over again is harder than just re-pegging them
 

FRUMPY

Brownlow Medallist
Aug 18, 2006
14,903
14,655
Melbourne
AFL Club
Carlton
I get up for work before the missus, shower, make a coffee and quick breakfast and out the door. Sometimes she'll get up when i get up, like this morning. Im in the kitchen making my breakky and coffee to have on he way to work, everywhere i go she is in the ******* way. She isnt leaving for another 90mins, do you have to make your breakfast/coffee right now and keep getting in my way, ill be gone in 5 mins. (we have different types of coffee/breakfast so we dont make it for each other on work days).
 

FRUMPY

Brownlow Medallist
Aug 18, 2006
14,903
14,655
Melbourne
AFL Club
Carlton
Meh, im either way on the pegs. I put them away and generally think its better that way - start from a clean slate the next time hanging clothes/sheets out. Annoying when there is 50 pegs on the line and you only need 10 for bed sheets etc
 

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