Level 6 Hairy Hands Syndrome
We call that the spin cycle. There's the wash cycle, the rinse cycle, and then the spin cycle.(even after the spinning stage [when clothes get wrung out, dunno the correct term for that]?
Trust me, we're just as baffled as you are.Why she's okay with that? I mean, I see she's passive-aggressively sticking it to sporadic help here, but for heaven's sake, what the fuck. Again, how she take out groceries from bags? Tie kids’ shoes? Pet the dog?
This is a disability territory for me.
If I had to guess, it's not just the washing--it's the folding and putting away. I know lots of people who do the laundry and then just let it sit in the basket because they hate sorting it and putting it away. Laundry requires more effort than loading the dishwasher or running the vacuum, and you have to carry baskets up and down stairs.
With all of Kelly's big talk, we forget just how much her weight must limit her. Putting on shoes or bending over to take out washing isn't anything to an ordinary person; to her, it's a Herculean task and one that she can't possibly be expected to complete by herself!