#1. If you haven’t worn that shirt at least 3 times or those jeans about a bajillion times, kindly fold them back up and put them in the clean pile.
#2. Cram as much as you possibly can into a washer that is the size of a mini-fridge. Do not be discouraged; this is no easy task and takes months of practice before you can close the door on the first try.
#3. Wait approximately 2 1/2 hours for the wash cycle to finish. Proceed to turn on drying cycle to remove “dripping wet” effect.
#4. Remove literally steaming clothes from the washer after an 1 1/2 hours of annoying, constant whirring and squeaking noises. DO NOT burn your hands.
#5. Proceed toward the drying rack with your steaming ball of fabric.
#6. Attempt to drape clothes in a way that all the clothes can fit. Remove underwear as it is usually the only thing that is dry.
#7. In winter, drape anything leftover or that you need kinda soon over a radiator. In summer, hang it out the window/balcony/on the drying line and proceed to wait 2 days for thorough drying.
*If you forget your clothes outside and it, invariably, rains you do not pass GO and must start again from step #2. :’(