@cinoclav, yeah, and if you go brick & mortor you can measure them with their damn measuring tape, or if you order them online they Will provide da Fuckin size of each piece!! HINT, HINT!! Also, accept for the Navy Blue sets, the other towels are Extremely Dull & just plain Ugly!! Plus, “They Dry You Off Quick?!!” First off, they All say dat shit & 2nd, Don’t You FUCKIN HAVE TO BUY THEM FIRST, Afore They Can Fn Dry You Off Quick¿ WHAT?
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So it says on iDesign.com
@jaynedough@quattrose, what does dat mean,…“it looks like”¿? What it looks like is meh took some display photos of some ugly ass towels!! IRKMAN would not even pose with these Fuckin deplorably ugly towels!! I do know that INDIA LOVES COLORS!!
@hchavers@mike808 i didn’t hear your bankroll or your drumroll. I heard a locker-room PTSD-flashback-inducing towel roll wound like a cat of nine-towels tightly wound and ready to welt the tender unsuspecting flesh of its victims, stalking through the lockers until a victim of found and then… OH SNAP, it gives me chills.
@CatFriend@phendrick, not me, I gotta LG & thinking about buyin a Fuckin YAHOO & using them as my new provider [they use Verizon] & No,…I have no idea how that works, but their 4G is cheaper that the $55 I’m paying now!!
You are simply wrong. The incredibly large very thick “Turkish” towels from Restoration Hardware that I got for Christmas a couple of years ago are one of the best presents I’ve gotten in a decade. And I’ve gotten some good presents, really.
@Fuzzalini “Bamboo” is just plain old everyday man-made Rayon fibers.
It’s like saying “I just love Venezuelan Crude milk jugs”. Or “I love Saudi Oil ziploc bags”. The plastic doesn’t know where the oil used to make it came from and it doesn’t make a difference. Likewise, Rayon is Rayon, whether from Bamboo or Pine Trees or Hemp (not the pot kind). Its also used to make paper and rope/twine.
Bamboo is used to make Rayon (from its cellulose) because it grows faster than any other trees and is considered “sustainable”. Cellulose molecules are just bunches of big chains of hydrocarbons in the plant that are the essence of what we call “wood”. Like the bunches of big chains of protein molecules in animals are the essence of what we call “meat” or “muscle”.
Comrade mike808, must respectfully remind that mighty Poland gifted the earth with Monopolowa-brand ethanol, made specifically from potato. Other countries have inferior ethanol, made with grain.
When using proper ethanol, no longer care which textiles were used to manufacture bedding!
@Fuzzalini@heyitslauren Rayon is not necessarily a terrible fabric. The softness of a fabric has a lot to do with the shortness of its fibers. That’s what “microfleece” is all about - they chop up the fibers really small before winding them into thread to weave the fabric. Rayon also easily breaks into small fibers, so fabric produced with it feels “soft”. it also doesn’t feel “plasticy” like Nylon or other man-made fibers. “Orlon” from the 70s was just a brand name for Rayon. Remember those soft fluffy sweaters?
If you like the feel of these soft rayon sheets, by all means get them. Just don’t think you’re being all “natural” by them marketing them as being “made” from “Bamboo”. The FTC has cracked down on people selling non-bamboo sourced Rayon as “bamboo”, but there’s not much they can do when it is in the company name, and they hide the distinction in selling the products. The reality is rayon is rayon is rayon. The bamboo sourcing is just marketing schtick, much like “organic” or “sustainably farmed” and other vague ju-ju words with no legal definition that companies sprinkle over their products to sell them. If that appeals to you, then ok.
@Fuzzalini@mike808 As a fiber artist this is patently incorrect. Yes, rayon is made of many plant fibers including bamboo but rayon made from bamboo has antibacterial and anti-prespiration properties that rayon made from other plant fibers does not have. There are other differences as well but “it’s all the same” is just not correct. When you make your own fabric, clothing, knit items you realize the difference.
As a believer in science and chemistry, there is no basis for your anecdotal claim that “bamboo sourced” Rayon is magically different than any other cellulose source for chemically creating Rayon plastic.
Feel free to cite your sources, but I’m calling out that bullshit you’re peddling there.
… the soft textiles you see labeled ‘bamboo’ don’t contain any part of the bamboo plant. They are made from bamboo that has been processed into rayon using toxic chemicals.
When bamboo is processed into rayon, no trace of the original plant is left. Although a bamboo plant can resist the growth of bacteria, there is no evidence that rayon made from processed bamboo is also antibacterial.
If a company claims its product is made with bamboo, it should have reliable scientific evidence to show it’s made with bamboo fiber.
Meh but all cotton and convenient. Gonna wear one on my waist, one over shoulders, one as a turban and the last one as a pillow case. Gonna throw out my random and frayed assortment of laundromat-adopted towels.
@verture11, Why not return the old towels back to say laundermat where you adopted them from, but don’t go like dat cause some of these racist on a warpath don’t know the difference between a Muslim & an Indian Sheikh!!
@decoratedwarvet Do you recommend the babushka wrap then? Or maybe the womens hair wrap. And I’m talking a uni laundromat that hands towels out after 4 years. I got a hello kitty one, an airline brand, and one I think was used for a poncho cowboy costume but I sewed up.
The difference between these towels and those sold at Dillard’s? All natural what. Spun cotton wasn’t expensive enough they had to go all gemo and organic on me. What was wrong with 100% cotton. Fuck them microfiber shits that don’t absorb a drop of water. Damn them animal cruelty activist. A sheep is meant to lose its fur in the summer damnit.
@whomeyesu, Hold on cowboy, the coats on a sheep are Wool, not Cotton, or did I miss some-thing,… but you’re right about those Microfiber rags, which I do truly think are water-proof!! Now, they came up with Bamboo stuff!