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We here at B3ta love it when a plan comes together. Tell us about incredible projects and stuff you've built by your own hand. Go on, gloat away.

Thanks to A Vagabond for the suggestion

(, Thu 17 Nov 2011, 13:12)
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A brilliant project thwarted
Our bedroom is empty awaiting the arrival of the fitter to install new furniture. Emptying it involved removing clothes from wardrobes, cupboard, chests etc. I couldn't help noticing that Mrs AgeingGeek's clothes, once extracted and decompressed, filled the whole of our spare bedroom. Several bags have been disposed of but I suggested that when the remainder are returned to the new wardrobes I could fit RFID tags. With a reader by the door I could produce monthly reports thus assisting with rotation, identification of unused items etc. Instead of being congratulated on visualising the future of wardrobe management I was shot a high power laser vision stare and it is probably lucky no blunt instruments were to hand.

Perhaps female B3tans can explain why my idea is apparently less than brilliant?
(, Sun 20 Nov 2011, 13:26, 18 replies)

THis is a geniearse idea, take it to the patent office before anybugger else does. You'll become the hero of every put upon bloke in the world who has to deal with the friday night moan of "I haven't got anything to wear"
(, Sun 20 Nov 2011, 15:56, closed)
i like this.
like love
(, Sun 20 Nov 2011, 17:20, closed)
I am fuck-stounded to discover
janet is capable of expressing positive emotions. Thanks AG.
(, Sun 20 Nov 2011, 21:54, closed)
I bet she's pleased
and delighted that you were on hand to point it out.
(, Sun 20 Nov 2011, 23:55, closed)
I wanna try this "cunt you in the fucko"
sounds exotic.
Alright Gritz?
(, Mon 21 Nov 2011, 5:02, closed)
I'd leave it to the professionals
if I were you.

It'll just end in tears.
(, Mon 21 Nov 2011, 7:11, closed)
They don't like to hear facts.
When doing the whole "i've worn that hundreds of times, do you want me to be a fucking social hobo" routine, can you imagine here face when you tell her she's actually worn it three times in as many years but the last time (11 months and 18 days ago was only for 12 minutes and 47 seconds because she decided her arse looked fat*!

That would be epic.

*Supplemented with your own memory of course.
(, Sun 20 Nov 2011, 19:49, closed)
^ Not married for very long ^

(, Mon 21 Nov 2011, 6:26, closed)
as a woman
who can get ready for a night out in 10 minutes, i love this
(, Sun 20 Nov 2011, 23:09, closed)
"as a woman who can get ready for a night out in 10 minutes"
(, Mon 21 Nov 2011, 5:03, closed)
I believe her.
'coz me too.
(, Mon 21 Nov 2011, 7:13, closed)
just very organised
(, Mon 21 Nov 2011, 23:40, closed)

can get ready for a night out in 10 minutes
never leaves the house
(, Mon 21 Nov 2011, 10:04, closed)
if i never left the house
i wouldn't be able to spend so much time hiding in the bushes outside your house
(, Mon 21 Nov 2011, 23:41, closed)
The winner is:
She who dies with the most clothes.
(, Mon 21 Nov 2011, 1:03, closed)
My missus used to shop for the season
till I introduced her to "You're a scungy bastard" Op Shops. Now we shop monthly for clothes.
I might be wearing someone else's knickers!
(, Mon 21 Nov 2011, 5:48, closed)
Read that
in a Cory Doctorow novel a couple of years ago - it was a good idea then and it's a good idea now.

His variation had readers built into the furniture so you didn't have to organize things - just chuck them wherever and the system will find them when you ask it to find "Dress, red, slutty".
(, Mon 21 Nov 2011, 17:55, closed)
Certainly, my dear.
To even suggest such a thing is to see through the magic that makes her HER!

When she pops out of Wardrobe, you must worship the creation that is her, not think about her as a collection of so many knickers and skirts.

Unless she is one of those women who is ready in ten or less, like me. In that case, you're implying I am less-than-OCD about my organisation. :-|
(, Tue 22 Nov 2011, 3:14, closed)

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