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Post# 506566   3/24/2011 at 19:11 (4,636 days old) by Supersurgilator (Indiana)        

I thought you all would get a kick out of this video, it is a riot.

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Post# 506579 , Reply# 1   3/24/2011 at 19:33 (4,636 days old) by KenmoreGuy64 (Charlotte, NC)        

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Wow -

That video made me realize one thing - for my entire life I have been loading my laundry into a Kenmore dryer with a drop down door - all three forms of them actually from the plug door, to the full-width door to the best of all (at least I think) the wide mouth EZ Loader.

Watching that lady load her dryer with nothing under the opening felt weird to me. I use the door to catch anything that falls from the wad of clothes in my hand. I bet I would be dropping a lot of stuff onto the floor!


Post# 506944 , Reply# 2   3/26/2011 at 09:15 (4,634 days old) by aladude ()        

THIS CRACKED ME UP. Mary seemed kind of bemused at the end though.

Post# 507039 , Reply# 3   3/26/2011 at 17:02 (4,634 days old) by whirlcool (Just North Of Houston, Texas)        

What was she doing, narrating for an episode of "Ding, Dong, School?"
She sounded like she was talking to a bunch of pre schoolers.

Post# 507049 , Reply# 4   3/26/2011 at 17:23 (4,634 days old) by danmantn (Tennessee)        

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I too was use to the Whirlpool "shelf door" for many years...missed it at first when I got the Speed Queen with traditional door...then I realized it's a heckuva lot easier to reach deep inside the dryer when the "shelf" isn't in the way. Still nice to have the "drop" area, and the a big shove into the dryer I just give 'em a quick sling and in they go.

Post# 507535 , Reply# 5   3/28/2011 at 08:49 (4,632 days old) by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        

Allen, I thought of Ding Dong School, too. Clang, Clang Clang. Good old Dr. Frances Horwich ringing that bell. She was definitely a step above Romper Bomper Stomper Room. Then I had the frightening thought that maybe this was the way the woman "is." A roommate like that would drive me nucking futz fast.

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Post# 507798 , Reply# 6   3/28/2011 at 23:14 (4,631 days old) by spinmon (st. charles mo )        

Man,that is a nah-ASTY basement! And ''Mrs. Rogers Neighborhood'' is a scary place too.

Post# 507926 , Reply# 7   3/29/2011 at 13:55 (4,631 days old) by whirlpolf ()        

This is more than odd to me, honest.
How can anyone talk like an imbecile on drugs just describing things that are obvious anyhow?
She is walking down the stairs. She is TALKING about how she is walking down. (Is there anyone out there who didn't see this?)
She is seeing two washers. (Everybody is seeing two washers). Then she freaks out and yells: "we have two washers!!!!" (Duh, so what? Same number that I get to when counting correctly).

Is this real? Or is it just some weird mock-up bla stuff?

This video is more than spooky to me, I recommend the "hug-me-tight"-jacket and a padded cell.
Headshakes here. I just cannot get it, even if it was intended as a joke, what is funny about repeating and mentioning some most obvious stuff?
I am more than puzzled.
Am I too much down to the point / grounded or am I missing something here? How can anyone speak like this AT ALL? Just af he/she wasn't even there? Mysterious...
She is so woozy and strange, I myself feel crazy just watching all this.

What the heck IS this?
What do we learn from this?
Will I ever own the Guggenberg museum, Zippy?
This is so wacky...

Help me out, I DO feel mentally deranged now.
OMG.... (trembling and doubting the existance of gravity and similar phenomenons....)

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