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When I was a kid, my mom would turn our sheets around at the end of week one, because she figured we were too little to get the whole sheet dirty, then she only had to wash them every other week.
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When I pick up the house I literally toss the kids toys in the toy room. I figure they’ll be in there making a mess soon anyways. And I toss (unbreakable) things down the basement steps instead of walking it down. I like to throw things…
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I learned to pick up things with my toes so i wouldn’t have to bend over as often.
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I watched a Honey Boo Boo marathon because the remote was like four feet away from me.
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Sitting in the living room, felt chilly, thermostat on the wall 4 feet away. Didn’t want to get up, so I signed on to the online control and changed the temp.
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I ironed only the parts of my husband’s shirt that would show with his suit jacket.
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I don’t want my shower drain clogged by my loose long hairs. So I stick it to the shower wall during….its always 50/50 if I remember to collect it.
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Not mine, but my mother called me at my house, from her house to tell me to call my dad’s cellphone to tell him to bring her the newspaper from the other room. My dad was at home with my mom. She was too lazy to get out of bed and walk to the other room to get the newspaper and couldn’t remember my dad’s number because she was trying to call him from the house phone, not her phone which has his number programmed in it!
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I constantly throw on a jacket( even when it’s warm out) to go out in public just so I don’t have to put a bra on…
Left the last square of toilet paper on the roll so I wouldn’t have to change it.
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I don’t fold clothes. I leave them in the basket, i dump them out on the bed every morning and take out the clothes …at the end of the night I put them all back in the basket… I do this every single day!

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