Keep Your Buttons Closed !
May 28, 2017 8:21am CST
This post addresses people who wear blouses and shirts with buttons and who wear them more than once before washing them. If you only wear buttonless clothes or wash your clothes after wearing them only once, you may move on. Some people are struck by ingenuity already at an early age, others have to wait a life time. The latter are comforted by the thought 'Better late than never'. If you belong to this group, let me help you enjoy your last years with a piece of useful advice. I have to confess that I also had to wait a considerable time until I was enlightened. You may not have any problems buttoning your blouse or shirt - if so, you may also move on. But you may also stay here if you're still young and learn something for your later years. The problems buttoning or unbuttoning your blouse or shirt may be: · You lose time which may be inconvenient especially in the morning when you have to hurry. · You may button your blouse or shirt the wrong way inadvertently and not notice it and thusly amuse other people the whole day long. (which some jokesters may see as a good thing, of course) · You may have problems with small buttons because of a) your eye sight b) arthritic fingers So, I suggest that you open and close only so many buttons at the top that you can get your head through and keep the rest closed. You only open all buttons to iron the garment. I can promise you that the quality of your life will change considerably if you follow this piece of advice which I'm distributing here free of charge. Your grateful comments are enough of a reward for me.
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• Pleasant Hill, California
I followed your advice and I am now stuck here with my shirt half way off. I have missed two appointments already and can't get to the phone to call someone to help me, as I am also anchored to my chair. You will be hearing from my lawyers.