My mom subscribes to Readers Digest, and I leafed through her latest issue this morning. There was an article on "Genius Folding Habits" which, for some unknown reason, I decided to read. First it explained how to fold pants, and then ... how to fold panties and briefs??? Really? It wasn't "fold in half, put in drawer" - it was quite detailed. You're even supposed to make sure any decorations on the waistband are showing. Is it just me, or is that ridiculous? It didn't address thong underwear, I wonder how you fold those?
Next thing you know, I'll be expected to iron my underwear.
But now, I'm feeling a little embarrassed because when my house was burglarized last spring, and the burglars went through all my dresser drawers (I suppose in the hopes that I hid money, jewelry or drugs in them), they saw that I don't fold my underwear properly. Now I'm really glad that I didn't have to show up at court (my security cameras provided enough evidence and they pled guilty).
The stakes have been raised. There is now a discussion about whether toilet paper should be hung over or under. I always hang mine under, because when you have a kitten, that's the only way for it to stay on the roll, rather than all over the house. Nothing to see means nothing to grab and play with.