Friday, January 16, 2009

What do you do with your ironing?

When I was studying overseas, living on my own, I had to start doing household chores. Yea, that sounds totally spoilt, doesn't it? ;) I've helped out at home on and off but I'm one of those fortunate ones who don't really have to do chores around the house.

So, that changed when I was living on my own. It helped that I was still in school and could survive on a basic wardrobe of jeans, Tees and knits. I still went on shopping sprees, tho living on a student budget. Guess there're just some things that don't change *grin* But the clothes I bought at that time had to have one very important quality - they should need minimal ironing or no ironing at all.

Imagine my surprise when I received this today. Wonder what the charges are? I'm still undecided between the ingenuity of the business proposition or whether times are now so bad that one has to find such alternative ways of earning a living.

Listening to: Bach - Air on G
via FoxyTunes


aichaku-愛着 said...

i never did chores at home either yeah!! my sadness is now i'm making up for it, doing chores for my own home hahaaha. :p though i would rather spend on iron-free clothes than on paying someone to iron haha. :D

Yumeko/Bittenbefore said...

all my work clothes go to the laundry for ironing/washing/drycleaning
its quite common in tokyo to do so ^^