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A father went to the internet to settle an argument with his wife once and for all: do you keep your clothes pegs between your wash cycles or away from your washing line?

The most bizarre internet debate so far: father arouses controversy after saying that pegs should be left on the clothesline between washes – do you agree?

  • A man turns to the internet to settle an argument with his wife once and for all
  • Bruno Bouchet asked if you want to keep your pegs on or off your clothesline?
  • He asked his followers what they would do with their pegs after hanging clothes
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A father went to the internet to settle an argument with his wife once and for all: do you keep your clothes pegs between your wash cycles or away from your washing line?

Bruno Bouchet, from Sydney, sparked a debate on social media after he revealed that pins should stay on the line, while his wife Laura preferred to take them off.

& # 39; Large distance between Laura and me & # 39 ;, Bruno said on Instagram.

& # 39; I am a big & # 39; squeezer & # 39; because they are within reach when you hang your clothes, but Laura thinks they're in the way.

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& # 39; Like to know who is right and who is wrong. & # 39;

A father went to the internet to settle an argument with his wife once and for all: do you keep your clothes pegs between your wash cycles or away from your washing line?

A father went to the internet to settle an argument with his wife once and for all: do you keep your clothes pegs between your wash cycles or away from your washing line?

Bruno Bouchet, from Sydney, started a debate on social media after he revealed that pins should stay on the line, while his wife Laura preferred to take them off (pictured together)

Bruno Bouchet, from Sydney, started a debate on social media after he revealed that pins should stay on the line, while his wife Laura preferred to take them off (pictured together)

Bruno Bouchet, from Sydney, started a debate on social media after he revealed that pins should stay on the line, while his wife Laura preferred to take them off (pictured together)

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Should pins be left on the washing line between washes?

& # 39; I am a big & # 39; squeezer & # 39; because they are within reach when you hang your clothes, but Laura thinks they're in the way. I would like to know who is right and who is wrong. & # 39;

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The post quickly distributed the internet, with many agreeing with Laura, while others thought it & # 39; efficient & # 39; was to leave pins on the line between washes.

KIISFM radio presenter Jackie & # 39; O & # 39; Henderson responded quickly: & # 39; Laura is right. & # 39;

Brett said: & # 39; This is a huge problem. I'm sure couples broke this up. I was always finished with herrings until I got married and my wife was wearing herrings. Now we are divorced, I am attached to it again. But sometimes I get tempted. & # 39;

Jill said: & I leave pins on. So handy. & # 39;

Drew said: & # 39; Pins off. you don't want them to get dirty by being exposed to the elements and possibly also rusting if it contains metal. & # 39;

According to the calculation of Bruno, & # 39; you have wasted 10 days of your life & # 39; if you switch the pins on and off to wash twice a week from the age of 16 to 85
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According to the calculation of Bruno, & # 39; you have wasted 10 days of your life & # 39; if you switch the pins on and off to wash twice a week from the age of 16 to 85

According to the calculation of Bruno, & # 39; you have wasted 10 days of your life & # 39; if you switch the pins on and off to wash twice a week from the age of 16 to 85

Lisa said: & # 39; Pegs ON Bruno – life is too busy to turn them on and off every time – who can really be bothered. & # 39;

Sammy said: & # 39; It's obvious that the pegs should stay on for convenience. Work smart, not hard. & # 39;

Annabelle said: & # 39; I have had rust spots on shirts before because they were left behind. Don't be kidding! & # 39;

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And Jessica said: & # 39; Pins 100 percent off, the only reason to leave them on is if you hang everything in exactly the same place time and time again. & # 39;

According to Bruno's calculations, & # 39; you have wasted 10 days of your life & # 39; if you switch the pins on and off to wash twice a week from the age of 16 to 85.

& # 39; It takes a minute to put away the pins and a minute to take them out again, & # 39; Bruno said in his tongue-in-cheek post on his Instagram story.

& # 39; 69 years of pegging twice a week – 7,176 peggings (sic). 7,176 peggings = 14,352 minutes / 239.2 hours / 9.9 days. & # 39;

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