(From xkcd. Click for full-sized shrinkage.)
I know xkcd is one of my go-to crutches for continuing The Streak, but this comic really struck a chord with me.
My own laundry habits for a long time have been basically as depicted in the “Third Week” diagram, but reversed. After I do laundry, I keep all my clothes in my hamper until I need them, then at the end of the day I leave them on the floor. When it’s time to do laundry again, I empty whatever’s still in the hamper into my dresser, scoop all the clothes up off the floor, and dump them into the washer.
Mom doesn’t like this state of affairs, but as I have a number of old socks and pairs of underwear, taking my clothes for each day directly out of the hamper ensures that I find something high-quality enough that I wore it since the time before last I did laundry. (Assuming I’m correctly interpreting its meaning in the comic, I’m not sure I’d want to wear something directly off the floor. Seems kind of unclean and dirty.)
Naturally, of course, since the comic is so tall I now have to stall to ensure the comic image doesn’t screw up anything below… should I say something about the Norman conquest?
I… should really be getting back to work on my schoolwork? So that I can get to a summer of doing what I want, including various blog posts?
Um… the latest SMBC is kind of funny too.
I… should have a webcomic blog review sometime next week?
I’m… wasting a lot of time visiting random webcomic sites looking for an idea for what to put here.
Okay, that’s enough. I’m just going to post it and hope it doesn’t screw things up too much. (I have got to come up with a better solution for this kind of thing…)