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No matter how obscure, or remote the
place, the Laundry Channel subscription
station will have a camera monitoring
someone's clothes splashing around in a
washing machine at a public launderette.
Those electing to use the machine get a
small discount, and the opportunity to
details that accompany the
images, supplemented by comments
one of the hundreds of station monitors.
e.g. "It's 4.35pm at Varnik Street
Washeteria in central Kalyan-Dombivali
and S., who is washing her ultra white T
shirt collection, has accidentally included
single bright red thong...."
Brought to you by: Paint is Always Drying
Somewhere in the World Productions.
[phoenix, Mar 06 2008]
The Internet Laundrette
(No subscription necessary.) [angel, Mar 06 2008]
||<jaw drops in humbled awe> Genius. </jdiha> [+]
||+ hehe....#5 machine has been overloaded. Someone has left half of a croissant in their jacket pocket!
||Web cams not same thing (re link). This
is a broadcast quality television station,
with commentators and a degree of
||Tonight on "When Laundry Changed History"
||"Good evening, and welcome to the Wash 'n Go Laundromat in Buttcrack, Utah. Tonight, in spectacular HD with 5.1 audio, we'll be bringing you complete live coverage from load to fold as Helen 'the Wringer' Johnson washes the entire set of uniforms used by her son's baseball team. And we have a special guest with us. Meet Surpreet Singh Gill, owner and operator of the Wash 'n Go."
||"Just call me Sammy, Ted. Thanks for bringing your entire crew, umm excuse me a moment - Hey! Buddy! Can you not read? The sign says 'do not overload the machines'. You have put far too many items in there and you will break my washer. Why don't you take your filthy..."
||"Sorry about that folks. We'll be right back after these messages from Ducks Unlimited".
||Damn you, [xenzag]. If my cable company ever puts this on, that is. There is no way I would be able to resist switching to such a guilty pleasure during channel surfing, and I would never be able to admit it. Damn you also, as my 11-year-old son, who has no shame for his guilty pleasures (to his credit) will never change that channel, inexplicably laughing and shrieking in his devious little way.
||Must be at least as exciting as Big Brother.