This from the man who did my laundry the day we got back from the honeymoon (God bless him), even the hand-wash items.
B: Hey, I did laundry today.
Me: That's great! Thanks hon.
B: So let's talk about what can be dried and what can't.
Me: Ok, shoot.
B: Let's start with the panties. Dry?
Me: It depends.
B: On what?
Me: If I like them.
Me: If I dry them, they wear out faster, so I never dry them, until I'm tired of them and want to have an excuse to get rid of them. I never dry the ones with lyrca in them, but the cotton ones normally get the line-dry too. Just put them all on the rack.
B: I was headed that way anyway. Your denim skirt?
Me: No dry.
B: Really? Ok.
Me: I do dry t-shirts.
B: Well everyone dries t-shirts. Yoga pants?
Me: The black ones?
Me: No dry. They have lettering and it's peeling!
B: Ok, at least the t-shirts dry.
Me: Unless they're fake t-shirts.
Me: You know, they look like t-shirts but they're really soft and not really t-shirts?
B: It seems to me that these "dry" and "no dry" piles could be divided simply "B's clothes" and "A's clothes."
Me: That might be a good idea.