mobile phones (once or twice) too
Leaving a tissue in a pocket makes the worst mess.
Well, more pocket money for you!
and she keeps all cash……
Another Plugger I hate when I do that moment !
The lip balm does a number on my work shirts
Haven’t found any money in the laundry since the lock-down started. My wife hasn’t been shopping much.
I feel likeIwon the lotteryif I find money in our pockets!!!
Tissue/paper towels. AArrggh!
I usually do the laundry and for my wife it’s usually spiritual rocks or her pocket knife. I do get an occasional tissue but she got her cell phone and wallet. She doesn’t use a purse.
I wish my husband would forget his money in his pockets—never does. Once he forgot a wrapped bubble gum! Exciting!?
My mom used to come upstairs & announce, “I got paid for doing laundry today!” Her best haul was the time dad left his old torn-up wallet in his pants pocket & it finally gave up the ghost, disgorging about $500.
The household lost and found.
Finder keepers.. and what you don’t want you can hold for ransom.
All of the cash I found in the washer became mine. We kept the rule when our son started doing the laundry for us while we worked. I think it was his major incentive for doing so.
That’s the job of the person who does the laundry. Remember though, finders keepers
Any money that makes it into the laundry belongs to the one doing the laundry!
I loose more chewing gum that way!
I always give them a good frisking.
I put my report card thru the wash once. I swore it was an accident!
Maybe the money is a tip?
Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly
June 10, 2017