20 April 2009

Moment of Brilliance

This morning I grabbed a pair of pants to put on. Pants with cuffs. Cuffs that were all crinkled around and messed up and in desperate need of an iron.

I am not likely to pull out the ironing board at 6:30 on a Monday morning.

I used my hair straightener to iron the cuffs. It worked perfectly. It took less than a minute. It didn't involve getting anything out of my overcrowded closet.

8 comments:

  1. hahaha I do the same thing to the collars on my dress shirts!


    GOOD JOB!

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  2. LOVE THIS!! I will have to remember it!

    By the way-- I totally messed up my blog b/c I followed your advice about pulling in tabs... LOL... I should not EVER mess with HTML... EVER. :)

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  3. Hair straighteners are awesome for this!! Just be wary of using it on something delicate because all it takes is one time with the straightener on hair with some product in it and you're cursing in front of your child about the burnt in stain on your dress! :)

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  4. You know after you improvised when making your cookies, I thought you were amazing but NOW having heard this, Miss Grace, you truly are the SHIT!

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  5. As someone who rarely pulls out an iron, I say that is truly brilliant!!!!!

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  6. ok...i've always tried to use the big barreled curling iron i have to fix the little wrinkles in my clothes, but it never worked that great. i have used my daughter's straightener on my hair, but it never occurred to me to use it on my clothes. she just got a new straightener and gave me her old one. i'm going to wear that thing out now! you, my friend, are a genius.

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  7. You are a total genius! Watch me do that later and freak out my kid. I bet she's never thought of it either!

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