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2018-03-19 11:06 #0 by: Niklas

Stop sorting your socks or always buy socks of the same color. Considering how hard it is to find a matching pair of socks after laundry this should save you oceans of time. :-)

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2018-03-19 12:50 #1 by: Maddie

Already do. Best thing ever. Thumbs up

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2018-03-20 20:21 #2 by: jordan

Fully black or fully white socks have been all I wear for a long while now. For me, all socks just go into one place, then even a very tired me in the morning can manage to pick a matching pair out Laughing

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2018-03-23 16:12 #3 by: vendelay

I usually buy the same model in different colors and just put them all together. I don't see the point in having matching socks. But something I have to say - I've never had any problem with finding the matching sock after washing. It's literally never been an issue Confused

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2018-03-23 16:18 #4 by: Niklas

#3: I guess you haven't got socks in 50 shades of gray then. :-)

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2018-03-23 16:32 #5 by: vendelay

#4 Haha, no, but my partner does and I do most (all) of the washing so Laughing

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2018-03-23 20:04 #6 by: Niklas

In my family washing and sorting are two different jobs and only washing is my responsibility. :-)

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2018-03-24 21:37 #7 by: vendelay

I see. I do both Laughing

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2018-04-12 16:03 #8 by: Emmy

#0 I guess this "How to"-idea popped up after our discussion with Staffan about my non-matching socks? Laughing

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2018-04-12 18:38 #9 by: Niklas

Yes, I think I posted this the same day. :-)

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