@medz Oh gawd, if that was true I would be broke immediately. No joke, I have purchased more than 20 shirts from meh.com… most of them are the standard one that just says meh on the chest and has a meh.com on the bottom in smaller print. Every time there was a new color, I’d buy it.
That all said, I do wear them all the time even still.
@uninflammable the catch is they are only useful if you want to hang things you don’t wear. Much more efficient to start from the ground and just box up or donate the the things you’ll never wear again. I’m opting for boxing up in the closet in the hope I’ll one day actually excersize.
@mellowirishgent - The stuff on the floor of your closet. Not the broken electronics, boxes of correspondence, or holiday ornaments - the stray socks, worn belts, frayed pants - you know, the maybe-I’ll-wear-it-again stuff you didn’t want to throw out.
@aetris@mellowirishgent what is wrong with the laundry basket/box they are currently in? I can’t imagine why I’d want to hang them. Plus stacking much larger laundry baskets or actual boxes is way cheaper. And larger.
@mandirose@mellowirishgent Thanks for sharing the video. Its useful but also quite weird - an SNL spoof waiting to happen. I don’t watch qvc so maybe its normal but it started with two people on a walk through an endless home. Why didn’t they just start in the ganizer room!? The guy goes through all the uses in between the host’s enthusiasm for rods and closet door backs. She seriously kept cutting him of to squeal Rods! Then a lady giant wobbles in on stilts and kisses the host. The ganizer dude wants in on that action. He asks for a kiss too and licks his lips. The chicks ignore him and walk off holding hands on a journey back through the endless home. …wtf did i just watch?? oh yea, a justification for buying this bag thingy. Rods!!
So wait…the company name is Ganizer. I can’t even say this without laughing. It’s like how my 7 year old has named his stuffies rabbie, lamby, owlie, and racki. I feel compelled not to leave Ethan out, but he doesn’t illustrate my example.
The 2 piece is huge! I relocated recently and used these to hold the clothes. They held 25-30 pieces of clothing, each. And, that’s with hangers. Now I have to figure out where I can use them here at home. They’re too big to hang behind most of my doors.