Sunday, June 21, 2009

When the going gets tough,
The tough use their van as a dryer.

I absolutely had to do laundry. I do not, however, have a working dryer. Well, my dryer does work if the goal is to have dry clothes. How much is left of those clothes after the evil dryer of doom is done with them, though, is another story.

So, today, I went green. If, by "green," you mean, "out to the driveway." Today, I fashioned a dryer out of my own wits and vehicle.

My makeshift dryer is so awesome and neat (and mobile) that I just had to take a picture (and label it so you have some idea what on earth you're looking at). This is only a small portion of the clothing dried in the new dryer today:

Now, I know you're drooling and wondering what other awesomely amazing new features this dryer has. Check this out. It requires absolutely no electricity; it has not one, but EIGHT interior drum lights; steam care cycle (as I found out when I went out to check and found all the windows fogged); Supersize capacity (I guarantee you've never seen a dryer with a drum this size); NeverRust interior; and even windows so you can watch the fascination that is clothes drying.

Here's a view of just a small portion of the massive interior of this amazing dryer.

Oh the accessory possibilities are unending. Let your awesomely amazing mobile "green" dryer reflect your personality. Does your regular boring old dryer have a hanging hamsa? I thought not.


Phyllis Sommer said...

when life gives you lemons....write a blog post about it!

Melinda said...

cheaper than a laundromat at least !

Nick said...

That's just too funny! Bet the neighbors were watching to see what came next. I thought my family was 'unique' for using a collection of these round clothes drying racks set up under all our ceiling fans!

Renée aka Mekhismom said...

Now this is just funny - not the situation but the fact that you've decided to use the van as a dryer. Glad that you now have a new dryer - in the house, that is not mobile!