Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Analyse my laundry

Here's a little something for you to do today...

Curly has just put his washing on the line as it is sunny outside. He noticed something odd, he didn't seem to have one t-shirt the same colour as another this week. He thought to himself:-

"Hmmm, I wonder what that says about me, as a person?"

Then, he had a great idea. He knew of a bunch of people that spent a lot of the time on the interweb who always seem to have interesting opinions.

"Why don't I ask them to analyse my laundry, I'm sure they know FAR more about things like this than I do"

And so he did.

Barring the obvious lack of underwear, which I assure you doesn't mean that he doesn't wear any, what does Curly's laundry tell you about him?


At 9:17 pm, Blogger Teri thought it was best to say...

Your laundry tells me that you wear t-shirts. And that you've never had your colors "done."

At 9:19 pm, Blogger Curly thought it was best to say...

Teri, I'm intrigued - what does having my colours "done" mean? Should it be really obvious?!

At 12:25 am, Blogger Afe thought it was best to say...

Dude, you should really start wearing pants.

At 1:19 am, Blogger sarah thought it was best to say...

I'm confused. who is this 'curly' fellow? I thought you were curly. based on your laundry and the fact you speak about your self in the third person, I would conclude that you have a multiple personality.

At 4:43 pm, Blogger Teri thought it was best to say...

Having your colors done is when you go to an over-priced consultant (or check a book out of the library and do it yourself, or just lo0ok it up online) who then proceeds to hold up swatches of cloth next to your face and tells you which ones you look good in and which ones make you look like you've just eaten bad food and then taken a ride on a small boat in choppy water.

There's 4 color families - named after the seasons - Winter,Spring,summer, Fall. If I remember right, summer and Fall are predominately warm colors, winter and spring cool. You get assigned a color family and told not to wear colors in other families because you'll look bad. You have clothes in three of the four familes hanging on your line there (I think - I'm no expert). (I'm a "winter," not that it matters.)

At 5:05 pm, Blogger Mona Buonanotte thought it was best to say...

Your laundry line indicates you're a comfy guy who likes to have random lovely ladies at the pub slip their hands under your loose t-shirts. And yesh, what about the pants? Are you starkers from the waist down?

(Found you via Teri, she of the Colours...I'm a 'Fall', but I mostly ignore it.)

At 5:35 pm, Blogger Curly thought it was best to say...

Afe - ha ha, Australians call them 'pants' like the Americans. Sillys.

Teri again - Cheers very much, I figure out I'm a 'Spring', but I'm also colour-blind so I don't think that makes a jot of difference. Thanks very much for trying though!

Mona B - You're completely right, I do enjoy the lovely ladies hands up the t-shirt, although they're usually laughing at my legs, obviously because I don't wear tousers (take note Aussies) like all the other boys.

At 5:37 pm, Blogger Léonie thought it was best to say...

I'm sorry, but an 'obvious lack of underwear' can never be ignored. I have whole outfits based around that one premise.

I am perhaps Fall(en).

At 6:50 pm, Blogger Crystal thought it was best to say...

i am just impressed that you do your own laundry.

At 10:27 am, Blogger Curly thought it was best to say...

Sarah - It wouldn't surprise us if we did have a multiple personality. (*sigh* the old ones are the best)

Léonie - Whole outfits eh? Do they include hats? I wonder how you'd choose a hat based on the underwear you're not wearing...?

Crystal - Be impressed. I can also stand on one leg for an unusually long amount of time.

At 9:58 am, Blogger Astrid thought it was best to say...

Haha ... I have a book about the meaning of colors at home (in the Netherlands), but if I just go for my own theory, I say it means you are not a boring person. No day is the same in your life!!! Take that as a big compliment!


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