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Do not wear hamper

when your in a rush
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Sometimes you can wear a shirt one day and then wear it the next. WHy? because it doesnt smell to bad and the stains aren't that visible. So your rushing out, you throw on your pants and put on a shirt. Both articles have been worn before in the week but you dont have the time to check them for anything embarasing. You run out of your house and get to class only to realize the tear, food stain, horrible stench and so on. You think there has to be a better way. This is where the do not wear hamper comes into play, Instaed of one hamper, you have two. The first one you can toss the not so dirty clothes into, and the other one you toss the clothes you really should not be wearing until you give them a good wash. The "DO NOT WEAR HAMPER" comes shaped like a large plastic grated flask so as to make it really annoying to get clothes out in a rush. It would also have flashing lights and warning signs so as to let you know that the contents are not safe to be worn.

This way there would be no embarasing moments because all the really bad clothes are safely contained in the "DO NOT WEAR HAMPER"

Antegrity, Dec 12 2005

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       I can see people in a department store looking at this thing, asking themselves why they would want to wear a hamper.
Cuit_au_Four, Dec 12 2005

       point taken
Antegrity, Dec 12 2005

       No need for a hamper: If they stick to the ceiling, then you really ought to change them. Leave them there until wash day to prevent mistakes.
Ling, Dec 12 2005

       sticking to the ceiling, one crazy night.
Antegrity, Dec 12 2005

       If you want to be sure the clothes you're wearing are hygeinic, you could just not take them off when you have your morning shower.
Honduras, Dec 12 2005

       I leave wearable clothes on a chair and put smelly ones in the basket. God I'm writing some fascinating annos today...
wagster, Dec 12 2005

       I leave clean clothes in the hamper and toss the dirty ones in a corner.
Antegrity, Dec 12 2005

       Were you raised by an overbearing parent who made you sort your socks by colors? And if so was the failure of compliance a thorough beating with your own shoes?
Antegrity, Dec 12 2005

       I sort my socks by colours. That is why I have taken the precaution of only owning black socks.
wagster, Dec 12 2005

       I only ever read blue books.
po, Dec 12 2005

       That must be fun on the bus.
wagster, Dec 12 2005

       A better idea would be laundry soap which was bright red. On washing, the red goes away completely. This bottle would sit by the hamper, and after putting clothes in you would drizzle the soap on. Now you cannot wear that item again before it is washed, or you will look like you have been hacked with a machete. Clothes you really want to wear again should be hung on a hook, which you have installed over your hampler. Air does wonders.
bungston, Dec 12 2005

       If it can make it to the washing machine on its own, then it's best not to wear it.
moomintroll, Dec 12 2005

       This idea sounds like a dumb warning sign to keep idiots from suffocating.
phundug, Dec 12 2005

       Maybe that should read "Do not wear hamper - even if you're in a rush".
moomintroll, Dec 12 2005


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