The Question Speaks Volumes

February 15, 2007 @ 7:56 am | Filed under:

"Honey, do we have an iron?"

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7 Reponses | Comments Feed
  1. Jennifer says:

    That’s funny. But really, who asked the question?

  2. Karen E. says:

    Ha! I love it!

  3. prov31wisemom says:

    I “conveniently” misplaced ours during our cross-country move, and since I never used it before anyway…my husband knows, to “just dampen it, and throw it in the dryer!” =)

  4. Leslie in Springfield says:

    Mt eldest was looking at one of those picture alphabet books when she was about two. When she got to the page for “I,” she looked very confused. After staring at it awhile, she brought the book to me to ask, “What’s that, Mumma?” The picture was of an iron… I go by the saying of a family friend: Iron is a noun, not a verb.

  5. Judi says:

    LOL! That would never happen here! Dh is an Army vet and they actually teach the soldiers to iron their uniforms in basic. He ironed his BDUs and he still irons his own shirts. I, generally, don’t iron. I press! I’m a quilter, heirloom sewer, etc. so my iron is my friend.

  6. Jen says:

    I agree- the only time I use my iron is when I’m sewing- and too often not even then.

  7. Laurie says:

    I have actually been asked that question by my honey too. 😉 Though he should have known better because I do iron sewing projects…just not clothing. ROFL We use water and the dryer for that. 😉