Would you rather: Be able to stop time while you slept, or never have to do laundry again?
Stop time while I slept, I never like to go to sleep because I feel like there is more I need to do!
that s a strange question. what would you rather do donkey and why... i am intrigued. x
Nice to see you didn't answer the question Shazwellyn.
If I had a choice to pick between those two things, then I would stop time while I slept. If I did, then the laundry will get done regardless and I'll still be able to maintain a handle on it, because I'm able to stop time.
The most common problem with doing the laundry is the fact it is time consuming.
Just a thought.
I'd say stop time while I slept. I could get so much more accomplished if I ever had energy. I have a hard time going to sleep.
would you rather....
eat you own toenail clippings or admit you were wrong?
Neither, I would prefer to be young again so I could bend over to trim my toenails.
Hmmm if you stop time when you slept, how will you wake up?
When My Husband proposed to me I told him that I would not marry him until he learned to do his own freakin laundry! Guess we know what my answer is.
With you on this one Ohma, doing the laundry is pants, even if it is only shoving it in the machine and pressing a few buttons and as for handling other peoples soiled unmentionables - Yuck. Never mind stoping time whilst your asleep, do something useful and create stay clean clothes or at least a high level of personal hygine.
Stop time when you sleep by far for me. I would rather save 8 hours a day instead of saving the hour or so a week that I have to do laundry. Now even better would just be to stop time whenever I wanted, but I guess I'll have to keep dreaming on that one.
Stopping time while you sleep sounds like an horrific concept. Imagine finally nodding off at 3am, waking up eight hours later and it's still 3am! Isn't insomnia bad enough unaided?
Well, it doesn't take eight hours to do laundry or at least it shouldn't take eight hours to laundry.
How can you NOT take stopping time when you sleep?
You go to bed at midnight, you wake up full-refreshed from sleeping for eight hours, and when you wake up it is still midnight.
Talk about how productive someone could be in one day's worth of time? It's an extra 8 hours in a day, without the wear-n-tear, on the mind or the body, because both are well rested.
The laundry aspect is foolishness, because time can be made or slotted for it to be done.
I find it very interesting that the answers to this seem to be divided very consistently between the sexes.
Can I choose not doing dishes? Can we have that as an option?
Hey Cags...not doing dishes I guess lol
(Although I will end up doing them soon like per normal grrrr)
And what exactly about doing the dishes don't you like?
Lol everything especially the greasy ones. With all the people living here I wash up six times a day, I am the only one that does them.
I ordered a whip online hope it hurries up
So you have spongy looking hands all the time. j/k
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Oooooo I will gladly christen it on you Logic. On the count of three, one......two....three.
Used to be like that in my house Blonde till one day I got fed up and threw them all in the trash. We used paper for a week b4 hubby went and bought dishes and promised he would help to keep them cleaned up. 16 years later he still does dishes every day.
A few weeks ago, I mentioned to my daughter, we need a Laundry Robot! The Robot would only stay in the laudry room, loading the washer and the dryer, folding the clothes. We open the door and waa-laa, our clothes are handed to us in a neatly fine stack:) Wouldn't it be wonderful ladies? Even men, who do laundry, would love this I think?
How about hiring a house keeper to clean your house and do you laundry once a week?
But with the sleep thing you would give up your dreams. We all know dreams take time -- just not worth it. Everyone has to have dreams.
But you sleep for eight hours...who said you didn't dream?
Time stops when you go to sleep. So, if you slept 10 hours, it would still be the same time, as when you went to sleep. However, since you slept for 10 hours, your body would be refreshed.
Since time is only an illusion anyway..I pick not doing the laundry. Just think about all the words we use in conjunction with something you cant see, touch or hear (time). We say we can waste time, kill time, spend time, loose time, gain time, make time, give time, find time...etc etc etc. Its just plain goofy, I tell ya. All we have is now, thats it.
My Vote is stopping time while BP is sleeping...or showering if that works better for ya...
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You snooze, you lose... so this is a no brainer... stop that nasty time beast dead in its tracks. You can always hire somebody to do the laundry.
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