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Appropriate punishment for leaving gum in his work 'good' pants and ruining all of Gracie's favorite stuff including the ONE pair of pants that makes her look hot.
Nothing, Gracie should have checked the pockets before she did the laundry (if anyone checks this option I will go peri-menopausal on yo' ass)
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kill him
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buy an entire new wardrobe, stating in the jewerly store
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kill him slowly
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kill him real slowly
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tell his mother that she just didn't raise him right, then kill him
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make him go with me to pick out a entire new wardrobe, forcing him into a stroke when he see how much money I actually spend on clothing.
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Lloydface



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You should have checked. Tsk Tsk Tsk.

*runs for cover behind rock, giggling to himself as the madness is bound to begin*
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i8tokyo



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This is actually an easy one. Cut a paper bag in half and turn on an iron on high, put the bag on the spot and iron the spot. It will get the gum out and it will get all of it out. Just keep ironing and moving the bag around and it will come out... Good Luck
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knikkki



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is it a given you'll never be doing his laundry again?
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Lloydface



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Tee hee hee!

Sorry, it was silly of him to do that.

Dont kill him though, thats bad. In my professional opinion.
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Joelibris



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gracie wrote:
Lloydface wrote:
You should have checked. Tsk Tsk Tsk.

*runs for cover behind rock, giggling to himself as the madness is bound to begin*


assmonkey


Now Gracie, he's right. ALWAYS ckeck the pockets before you do laundry, if not to prevent tragedies, then do it to check for cash!!!
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Grown men can check their own damn pockets, especially if someone else is nice enough to wash their clothes. If he really loves you, he will take the pants to a fabric store and match up the fabric. He'll then find the most talented seamstress in town to make at least ten pairs of the perfect pants for you. (I completely understand the pants issue -- I have one pair that I save for important occasions. They are worth their weight in gold.)

so, what's your favorite jewelry store?
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Talk about wasted technology. Until they also perfect
pee-at-the-pump, you still have to go inside the store.

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fortune cookie



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The last thing I left in a pair of pants was a box cutter.
You know, the one sided safety razor, that grocery stockers carry?
Well, I now own four pair of customized Levis.
Usually the missus checks for forgotten items.
My bad, could have been worse, she might have injured herself.
As it is, I only lost a few pairs of jeans, and now I have more cash.
I have it on good authority, that the bag and iron trick works veddy well.
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vgndoll



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bc my husband is wonderful and never had to wash his own clothes, resulting in my getting very angry to find clothes with ink all over them (where did that pen go?), i now check pockets. i also check them for the cash. it goes right into vacation money, i just pocket it so he doesn't spend it on crappy coffee.
i vote for a laundry strike. just don't wash his clothes. i have tried this and my husband has managed to do laundry on his own.

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DanaMichelle



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Flavored chapstick is the laundry-additive of choice in my house. My eight-year-old is obsessed with it. Comes by it honestly though... I am addicted to my Burt's Bees... but I don't usually have pockets.

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Lib



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I like the last option. It will really make him suffer. Twisted Evil
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I voted for jewerly. Wink
Maybe you could start with a diamond studded yarmulke.

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Death by immolation. It is the only just response. Then as he burns on the pyre, you can play Wagner's "Ring Series" (you know, the "kill da wabbit, kill da wabbit" from bugs bunny?) and laugh manically, chanting "screw with my laundry, will ya?" The neighbors will definitely not try to intervene.
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...the cops, othe the other hand, will.
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deb wrote:
Death by immolation. It is the only just response. Then as he burns on the pyre, you can play Wagner's "Ring Series" (you know, the "kill da wabbit, kill da wabbit" from bugs bunny?) and laugh manically, chanting "screw with my laundry, will ya?" The neighbors will definitely not try to intervene.


Been a while since you used the spin cycle, eh?
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Deb's too busy building her new immolation patio to work the spin cycle.
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