Queer Eye for the bi-guy

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by D_Roderick Beresford Stiffington IV, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. D_Roderick Beresford Stiffington IV

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    Some winter clothing I was looking through today was pretty much ruined by these thin metal hangers I was using. Its like the fabric on the shoulders is sticking out or something, I don't know how to describe it. Anyway, for the first time in my 22 years of life I'm going to buy hangers that don't ruin my clothes. What should I buy though? Bonus points to anyone who can provide me with some links, I was going to order them online :tongue: Thanks!
     
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    Well first.. you should order your hot cock into my mouth.. :)
     
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    fold - dont hang knits..

    almost all Wal-Mart types have hangers for this, I'll look and post the link or info later.
     
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    I use plastic ones for everything... pants get folded.
     
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    Plasic is the way to go. The thicker the better. Doesn't leave you with shoulder points.

    For sweaters, wood, fold, or lay out.

    Also, there are sweater/knit racks that you can place in your dryer, and also out on top of the dryer that let your clothes dry.

    I always hang my sweaters in the doorway of a bedroom and by morning their air dry.
     
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