Post a picture, entertain me!

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Am I the only one that doesn't think folding fitted sheets are an arduous task? Tuck in the corners and fold as a flat sheet. DONE.

Crumple into a ball and throw into the closet. NO ONE CARES IF YOUR FITTED SHEETS ARE WRINKLED!

Edit: how did I type "fitted sh*ts"?

Trachalio wrote:

Am I the only one that doesn't think folding fitted sheets are an arduous task? Tuck in the corners and fold as a flat sheet. DONE.

No, sir, you are not.

The entire nature of a fitted sheet means that creases are irrelevant. When you put it on the bed, it pulls the creases out of it itself.

Jonman wrote:
Trachalio wrote:

Am I the only one that doesn't think folding fitted sheets are an arduous task? Tuck in the corners and fold as a flat sheet. DONE.

No, sir, you are not.

The entire nature of a fitted sheet means that creases are irrelevant. When you put it on the bed, it pulls the creases out of it itself.

as far an I'm concerned, you are both wizards.

thrawn82 wrote:
Jonman wrote:
Trachalio wrote:

Am I the only one that doesn't think folding fitted sheets are an arduous task? Tuck in the corners and fold as a flat sheet. DONE.

No, sir, you are not.

The entire nature of a fitted sheet means that creases are irrelevant. When you put it on the bed, it pulls the creases out of it itself.

as far an I'm concerned, you are both wizards.

Doesn't everyone just leave it on for the year, throw away, and buy a new one?

Fold them as best you can but don't worry that they are right or perfect. Good enough is okay for me but crumpling them into a ball is no way to live.

The solution is to only own one and to take it off for washing and then put it right back on. No need to fold.

Rykin wrote:

The solution is to only own one and to take it off for washing and then put it right back on. No need to fold.

but... guests?

thrawn82 wrote:
Rykin wrote:

The solution is to only own one and to take it off for washing and then put it right back on. No need to fold.

but... guests?

One per bed, I assume.

thrawn82 wrote:

as far an I'm concerned, you are both wizards.

Well my staff does have a knob on the end....

thrawn82 wrote:
Rykin wrote:

The solution is to only own one and to take it off for washing and then put it right back on. No need to fold.

but... guests?

Guests get to either share the bed with me (bowchickawowow) or sleep on the couch. One bedroom apartment FTW :/

Jonman, you posted as Rykin

Hobear wrote:

Jonman, you posted as Rykin

Pfft. We have a separate bed in the basement for all our adultery. We're not animals.

Jonman wrote:
Hobear wrote:

Jonman, you posted as Rykin

Pfft. We have a separate bed in the basement for all our adultery. We're not animals.

"ha HA well now, we call this the act of mating, but there are several very important differences between humans and animals that you should know about *snare drum beat*"

thrawn82 wrote:
Jonman wrote:
Hobear wrote:

Jonman, you posted as Rykin

Pfft. We have a separate bed in the basement for all our adultery. We're not animals.

"ha HA well now, we call this the act of mating, but there are several very important differences between humans and animals that you should know about *snare drum beat*"

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Jonman wrote:

Well my staff does have a knob on the end....

That was wonderful!

Jonman wrote:
Hobear wrote:

Jonman, you posted as Rykin

Pfft. We have a separate bed in the basement for all our adultery. We're not animals.

Huh. I didn't know you had a place in Philadelphia.

The Lake City that doesn't appear to be near any lakes.

And is actually a rest stop.

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Dat eyebrow game tho.

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BadKen wrote:

Dat eyebrow game tho.

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This is a man who knows what he wants to look like and gives no f*cks about your opinions on the matter. Or fell asleep at a barber party.

You don't get that skin from a barber.

I hope that white patch is the part he dyed and not a blown out highlight.

I fold my fitted sheet because I have two sets of sheets that I switch between about every 2 weeks, and I have to store one of them in a drawer along with the rest of the bedding. If it's not somewhat neatly folded, the stuff doesn't all fit.

It's really pretty easy to do.

- Lay the unfolded sheet on a large surface (I usually use the bed), elastic side up, with the long sides parallel to your body.
- Take the lower left corner and put a finger on the corner of the seam.
- Push your finger into the seam until you invert the seam, and can see the inside of it, with your finger supporting it.
- Push your finger under the elastic until the inside corner of the seam with your finger in it meets the inside corner of the seam in the upper left corner.
- Repeat this process on the right side.
- Put your hands under the elastic of each of the pairs of opposing corners. Bring your hands together and force the right corners to fold over the left corners.
- Lay the sheet down on the bed with all the corners met. The left edge and upper edge should meet at right angles, with the elastic laying down slightly inside the sheet. The right edge and lower edge should also meet at right angles, and look like a regular sheet.
- Straighten all of the edges to your satisfaction.
- Fold in thirds, taking the left edge to the center, then the right edge to the center.
- Fold in thirds again, taking the top edge down, and the bottom edge up.
- Enjoy your folded fitted sheet.

I dunno why fitted sheets are such a big deal. All you have to do is fold it into quarters and turn the corners inside out as needed so that they all curve in the same direction.
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NSMike wrote:

It's really pretty easy to do.

Proceeds to list ten goddamn steps.

The internet tells me lists of 10 things do well.

You won't believe #7!

NSMike wrote:

The internet tells me lists of 10 things do well.

You won't believe #7!

NSMike wrote:

- Lay the sheet down on the bed with all the corners met. The left edge and upper edge should meet at right angles, with the elastic laying down slightly inside the sheet. The right edge and lower edge should also meet at right angles, and look like a regular sheet.

You’re right, I don’t believe it...

Tamren wrote:

I dunno why fitted sheets are such a big deal. All you have to do is fold it into quarters and turn the corners inside out as needed so that they all curve in the same direction.
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men talking to men about F...olded sheets

BadKen wrote:

Dat eyebrow game tho.

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Oh, it gets better:
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I can't decide if this guy is in major need of therapy (his whole social media presence is 100% bullsh*t), an amazing actor playing the long game, or just an actual piece of sh*t human being. Be warned, if you go down the HardRockNick rabbit hole you're going to read some EXTREMELY not safe for work stuff