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How often do you wash and change your clothes?
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Every day.

And laundry gets run every Sunday, starting first thing in the morning.
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I change my clothing two or three times a day, it depends exactly what I've been doing but usually a lot of sweating is involved so yeah. I can't wear clothes that are soaked in my own sweat, so I change whenever it happens. Usually twice a day most days.

As for when I wash them, about every day, ya don't want to let dirty clothes sit too long ya know.
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M-chann wrote:


VeggyZ wrote:

Hey, they're superclean this morning, I... I didn't forget!!!

I showered with them today, so of course they'd be clean >_<


You shower with your unders? that's weird lol I have wash clothes for that lmao


You know... save's me a step. More efficient!


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Truck drivers are in THAT much of a hurry? Wow.


I don't think they're in a hurry... I think in their case, it's just that they're not all that smart. Anyone can get a commercial driver's license, apparently. One of the most common things found in the trash cans at the place where the semi's fuel, is alcohol bottles and cans, if that tells you anything about the quality of the average trucker.
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I was my clothes every Saturday. I change my clothes every time I take a shower. Which is at least once a day.
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I usually do laundry once a week or so. I change clothes lots of times a day usually like at least 2 but lately I've just started wearing lots of layers and randomly stripping. So I don't know if that counts as changing or what..
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VeggyZ wrote:
I don't think they're in a hurry... I think in their case, it's just that they're not all that smart. Anyone can get a commercial driver's license, apparently. One of the most common things found in the trash cans at the place where the semi's fuel, is alcohol bottles and cans, if that tells you anything about the quality of the average trucker.


Big 24,000 dollar question is, why aren't you working in the patch if you are so much smarter than all those dumb truck drivers?
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melodyXXnur wrote:

Everyday


^ What she said.
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VZ68 wrote:


VeggyZ wrote:
I don't think they're in a hurry... I think in their case, it's just that they're not all that smart. Anyone can get a commercial driver's license, apparently. One of the most common things found in the trash cans at the place where the semi's fuel, is alcohol bottles and cans, if that tells you anything about the quality of the average trucker.


Big 24,000 dollar question is, why aren't you working in the patch if you are so much smarter than all those dumb truck drivers?


I am not working in the patch because the oil business died and thousands got laid off. I don't believe the oil business here is going to pick up at all until late 2016, if then even. I didn't get into it because I do not want a roughneck / deckhand position. I've already almost lost 4 fingers, 2 on each hand - they don't have full feeling anymore, nor do they all have all the tendons they're supposed to, so they get in the way and get hurt. If I lost my fingers, I'd lose my hobbies (except anime watching) - and the meager paycheck for those entry level positions is not worth the risk to my health, especially now that I'm not exactly a spring chicken. I'm not really fit for the really heavy duty work anymore.

I have resume's out with quite a few big oil companies for positions like Pumper - but those positions fill fast and now that much of the oil business is at a standstill, it's going to be a long time before I ever get calls. I'll most likely have to re-send my resume after a few months.

I was not trying to be an asshole when I said truck drivers are stupid. I don't think I'm all that smart either - but I also don't full on shit on the damn floor. I don't try to flush paper towels and cost thousands of dollars worth of damage, over and over, because I just can't figure out how to use a bathroom. I don't pour coffee on countertops because the sink 10 feet away is too far for me to reach. I don't STEAL anything that isn't tied down, everywhere I go - these problems are RAMPANT here, and getting worse as the oil business slows down and people lose their jobs.

So I do believe, at the very least, I'm smarter than the majority of them.

There are exceptions, and I've met some great and interesting people from all over with this job - but your standard fare, are sub-human. I'm working where I'm working now because I'm working for management that I actually like, and working with family and classmates from back in high school.

I'll work in the patch once a job comes along that doesn't demand such a heavy price - I can make 14 dollars an hour at this gas station, 15 dollars an hour at a law firm (entry level position of course, where i worked prior to this truck stop, as a foreclosure specialist), or 16-20 as a roustabout and suffer the -30 F, 40mph weather - the choice was pretty clear. At least with this job, if I choose to take some college now, my schedule can be flexible.

:::EDIT:::

Ugh, not to mention, being on the road and away from home for so long is not something I would enjoy - I love my bed, I don't think a semi-sleeper is for me, heh. It sounds miserable.

It'd be difficult to bring my lover... errr, my PC with me in a truck too. No can do, no no.
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I change after showering (every day) and I wash once every few days (or whenever there's a lot of clothes).
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I don't know about you guys, but in brazil it's a common habit to take 3 ~ 5 baths everyday, so it's also normal to wash and change clothes everyday
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JuJu26 wrote:


melodyXXnur wrote:

Everyday


^ What she said.


Glad my senpai is clean man
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rikku456 wrote:

I don't wash my clothes, I take them to my mums house every weekend and she washes them for me.


@27, that's kinda awesome :). BUT ONCE I LEARN HOW TO IRON I CAN DO IT ALL BY MYSELF FR.
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abelpinheiro wrote:

I don't know about you guys, but in brazil it's a common habit to take 3 ~ 5 baths everyday, so it's also normal to wash and change clothes everyday


5 baths a day is bad for you no doubt. you'd need to lotion every inch of ur body and idek what to do about the dry hair.
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