Having a washer and dryer will be a sign to this tweeter that she's "made it"-we wish her success...
I'll feel like I've "made it" when I have my own washer/dryer. Today I saved $18 because my parents have "made it." pic.twitter.com/MgbluHGOeV
— Alex Gregorski (@AGregorski) November 27, 2013
This guy, on the other hand seems to have "made it" already...
Dang, my change fell out in the dryer again! pic.twitter.com/iaQMobr7hb
— CinnamonToastKen (@cinnamontoastk) November 24, 2013
Sometimes all it takes to "make it" is avoiding disaster-even if you make a typo along the way...
I just installed a power cord on our new dryer and I didn't or burn down the house.
— Mocha Dad (@mochadad) November 25, 2013
Other times, if you want to "make it" it is just a matter of getting started.
When I am feeling serious about life, I will remove whatever is rattling in the dryer.
— Josh Allender (@thebigmelmac) November 21, 2013
Dryer sheets get mentioned in a lot of tips like this one...
You can remove deodorant from clothing by rubbing nylon tights or dryer sheets over the stain.
— Life Hacking (@TricksAndHacks) November 27, 2013
We suspect this tweeter won't try that last tip...
Top 10 Toxins in Your Home, Room by Room http://t.co/uS7D3UqEnf Did you know dryer sheets are often derived from animal fats? Yuck.
— Laura Klein (@OrganicAuthorit) November 21, 2013
Maybe this tip will work better for them...
Wrinkly shirt? Throw it in the dryer with a few ice cubes for 5 minutes. Wrinkles gone!
— Life Hacks (@LifeHackes) November 26, 2013
Or this one...
Is there any feeling quite so cozy as putting on clothes straight out of the dryer?
— Lucky Magazine (@LuckyMagazine) November 23, 2013
Just don't get carried away with the idea like this tweeter...
It's so cold in my house that we resorted into getting into the dryer for warmth @jwebtweets 😂🔥🙊 pic.twitter.com/o43PaCMEig
— Samantha Weber (@Weber_01) November 27, 2013
Thanks for stopping by, and have a great day out there. Happy servicing!