A frustrated wife who shared a photo of her husband leaving a wet towel after a shower found comfort in the fact that many people came to say that her partner was doing the same.
An Australian woman posted a photo on Facebook showing a set of towels in the bathroom, neatly folded at one end, thrown at her husband, and piled on the other side.
She said below the photo: “My husband’s wet towel hanging technique” and described some as “the most consistent post on social media in 2020.”
Others shared their irritability over the irritating bathroom habit, saying that their husbands, lovers and even their children used the same method of hanging towels.
One man replied, ‘The old man does this on all the towels in the house. Hand towels, dish towels … whatever. He forgets me”.
One wrote: “My husband washes like this” and the other asked: “Why is everything like this?”
However, many people said the woman should be lucky that the towel made it onto the clothesline, according to the Daily Mail, arguing that their partners have yet to master this skill.
One replied: “Lying on my bed is like hanging or drying… Don’t even think about the wet stain on the blanket and bed. I hang up the towels forever.
Another added: “At least he hung up … The towel fell to the floor where it was as soon as it left my partner’s body.”
One wrote, offering learning difficulties: “I would drop it and call it what it is if it complained that his towel smelled a day later and did not dry out.”
Another begged jokingly, ‘Mothers of children, could you please teach your children such basic things? For the love of all, please… It is up to us to stop this discussion for our future daughters.
But some took the opportunity to add to someone else’s words: “I think I am one of the lucky ones. I am well prepared, folded in half and well hung, I lifted the bathtub and even put down the toilet and the lid.