Folded Hand Towels

Folded hand towels. Now, first of all, if you’ve read any of my other posts, you might have realized that there is a theme. The theme is: I have a problem with lots of things, and I like to tell people about them.

This post is about something else I have a problem with. Folded hand towels. It’s annoying. You walk into the bathroom, go to the bathroom, and then you go to wash your hands (at least I hope you do) and then what happens? Well, first, you wash them, but when you’re done? You look at the hand towel and it’s inconspicuously shaped like a giant swan.9B0A0F60-729C-4E51-8EF4-49BA10E4DBCA.png

What’s the deal with that? You’re supposed to dry your hands on them, not pet them! Even if it’s just folded normally, like you would fold a normal towel, it’s still annoying. You don’t want to mess it up and then have to refold it, and then where are you? Standing in the bathroom with a wet, folded hand towel.

I have a solution: Don’t fold them. Wow. So complicated, I know. Seriously though, I’m not joking. Just have it unfolded, and hanging on a hook or something. Don’t fold them. Because I’m sure there are other people out there like me who abhor folded hand towels, and then you’ll have a crisis on you hands. People will stop washing their hands, germs will spread, a contagion will start, and everyone will die. That’s right, the world ends because you had  to fold your hand towels.

Food for thought.

One thought on “Folded Hand Towels

  1. I share your sentiments, good sir. Folded towels are a lose-lose proposition. You can’t use them until they’re unfolded and after use them you are compelled to refold them. Very inefficient contrivance!


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