I don't ever wash my pants. I don't really need to. Ill use my fabric steamer, but they don't ever go in the washer.
The other day I notice the crotch area on a pair had a very strong odor. I thought maybe I'd go ahead and try washing them, so I did.
Now I've got all of these dried brown dots on my pants! I think I had left a dried piece of cat poop in the pocket (I'd noticed it on the carpet and picked it up to dispose and forgot). I'm literally having to scrape all of these dried dots off with a butter knife.
So yeah, not a convert AT ALL.
I recommend you don't put cat shit in your pocket.
It's probably dirt from the jeans rising out if the fabric, ew!
You can probably unload them on eBay.
I had the same problem when I shit myself. I'm with R1-better to not have shit anywhere near your pants.
The extraneous layer of permacum is melting in the wash. Try using cold water instead.
I'm not dirty. I do use my fabric steamer and also dry clean. Just don't ever use the washer and dryer for pants.
GROSS! Wash your pants. If you can't iron 'em perfect, take them to the dry cleaners.
Why would anyone use a washer and dryer for pants? I have a George Foreman grill.
OP = Anderson Cooper
What NOT to Wear
Does your ass smell like a swamp, OP?
These were jeans, by the way. No one washes jeans.
Cat shit in your pocket?
You put cat shit in your pants pocket and still question whether you should wash said pants???
It was DRIED cat shit! The same size and consistency of an almond.
R16, I don't understand. I think that anyone who'd put cat shit in his pockets would have questions about whether to wash his pants.
OP, are you male or female?
Of COURSE, R19. There are basically no other options.
What is on the minds of the people who decided to participate in this thread?
Before you make the obvious point, let me point out that this post is meta-participation.
[quote] I recommend you don't put cat shit in your pocket.
Sorry, but are you mentally slow? I can't imagine anyone with the sense God gave a flea willingly putting SHIT in their POCKETS.
I'm guessing you're one of those people where your clothes all smell like cat, whose furniture smells like cat, and where the odor of cat shit in an unscooped litter box hits your visitors' noses the minute you open your front door.
R22, it was a small, very hard and dry piece of cat poop that my cat somehow managed to transport to the living room.
You are vile, OP, vile I say!
Sending a virtual vicious face slapping.
[quote]These were jeans, by the way. No one washes jeans.
Yes they do.
What they don't do is put cat shit in their pockets.
Put the pants in the freezer instead of washing them.
You didn't enjoy the Met Gala either, did you OP?
This thread is proof that gays are mentally ill.
The POOP was DRY!!!
It could have been a rock.
OP, nobody puts DRY poop in their pockets. EVER!
What the fuck is wrong with you?
[quote]These were jeans, by the way. No one washes jeans.
We beg to differ.
[quote]No one washes jeans.
You live in a group home, don't you?
This is why I hate you
You're not supposed to wash designer jeans. Put them in the freezer to refresh them. Diesel also sells a spray.
[quote]You're not supposed to wash designer jeans. Put them in the freezer to refresh them. Diesel also sells a spray.
You people are fucking disgusting.
Exasperating Shit Trouble!
You're not supposed to BUY designer jeans.
Biggest waste of money EVER!
You fabric steam your pants. Did your cat teach you this? You put nuggets of dried cat shit in your pockets and you're using a butter knife to remove said shit. This is why I can't date cat people. There is something in the odor of cat urine that degrades proper frontal lobe functioning.
Oh, please! I found a smal dried piece of cat poop on my floor, picked it up with a tissue and put it in my pocket to dispose of when I was in the restroom. Big deal.
[quote]I don't ever wash my pants. I don't really need to.
Followed by this:
[quote]The other day I notice the crotch area on a pair had a very strong odor.
Means you need to wash your skanky crotch reek out of your damn pants. I guarantee that anyone who got near you noticed your funky stank long before you did.
Forgot, this is DL. I should haved asked, do you have a cunt or cock, OP.
Please die screaming in a grease fire.
Holy shit. Between this and Cast the Datalounge Movie, I am going to pass out laughing.
OPs calls her bathroom a "restroom"?
Where do you live, OP?
[quote]So yeah, not a convert AT ALL.
OP = Anderson Cooper, who washes his jeans in the shower like a dunce
[quote]There is something in the odor of cat urine that degrades proper frontal lobe functioning.
Actually, the OP probably contracted toxoplasmosis from handling cat shit (dried or otherwise). Toxoplasmosis does indeed infect the brain and cause abnormal behavior.
I imagine the OP looks exactly like the creepy weirdo in the pic at link ("How Your Cat Is Making You Crazy" article from the Atlantic).
You sound like a total pig. Cat shit in your pocket?
IT WAS DRY POOP!!!1112
I can just imagine it as a country song.
I was gonna get you a locket but all I had was poop in my pocket.
Little Timmy's got a bottle rocket, Jessie's reading Davy Crockett and all I had was poop in my pocket!
Is that cat shit in your pocket, or are you happy to see me?
At point I think a blowtorch is in order, OP.
I wash my jeans only once or twice a year. Granted, I only wear them about every two weeks or so, but I don't think the dryer is good for them. They are so comfy and don't smell because I only wear them to go somewhere and I would have showered prior. They're on me probably 4 or 5 hours and that's it, they don't get the chance to smell. I take them off, flatten out and wrinkles, fold them up tight and put them back on the shelf. They have a beautiful patina now.
I can hardly imagine what was so pressing that you couldn't find the time to walk ten steps to your restroom and flush the cat shit down the toilet.
I need to start a thread on this.
Couldn't you just have slipped it in your mouth, OP, until you found a handy wastebasket? That would have kept your pants shit-free.
Needing to wash your pants is more of a sign that your dirty. If you're clean, there's no reason your pants should need to be washed.
The poop was dry!!! I see the makings of another DL classic
OP truly is one of the vilest creatures to grace this board:
The POOP WAS DRY when I picked it up!
THE POOP WAS DRY!!!!!!!!
[quote]It could have been a rock.
Hey brain trust. It wasn't a rock. It was CAT SHIT.
Oh my sides! This is the funniest thread I have read since the one that made me a DL Star!
It's Ok op. Happens to the best of us.
What happens when you put cat shit in your pocket and add water?
Voila - a wet shitty mess!
I wash my jeans in cold, then air dry them. They don't shrink or fade and my crotch doesn't stink.
OP, next time you change your panties, take a whiff.
The bacteria that cause that odor easily pass thru the panty onto your jeans.
Oh, your balls don't sweat and not even the tiniest drop of pee or pre-cum leaks from your penis?
Then you must be a cunted person.
Catch a solo cat turd
Put it in your pocket
Save it for a rainy day
Next time, put your jeans in the microwave. And send yourself to the dry cleaners. In by 9, out by 5. And you'll smell minty fresh, and all that.
What is the longest you'll wear a pair jeans before washing them? I've done four days on occasion, but three is generally my max as a rule.
Wash your fucking jeans people. Two or three days between washings is ok if you are doing nothing too strenuous while wearing them.
Sweaty stanky crotches are ok to thrust your face in during sex, but your pants shouldn't stink. Nothing worse than funky clothing.
So if you get six dry cat turds, can you make a necklace?
[quote]Needing to wash your pants is more of a sign that your dirty. If you're clean, there's no reason your pants should need to be washed.
Are you bitches really that stupid?
You think the only reason to wash clothing is if you sweat or your body is dirty? Are you guys seriously so stupid that you don't think of external factors that dirty your clothes or make them smell?
[quote]By not washing her jeans for a few days, she picked up a serious bacterium, Staphylococcus, which can cause everything from stomach flu to deadly MRSA.So what can you do to keep your jeans germ-free?- Wash them in hot water and make sure you dry them completely. Bacteria thrive in a moist environment.
It's very unlikely, actually, that OP is a woman. Sounds like a male, born in 1950 or earlier, and/or alone and disturbed.
Even the fat lesbians I know don't have smelly clothing.
Oh, and that goes for whether OP is a troll or not.
WILL SOMEONE PLEASE SHIT IN MY POCKET!!!
OP, I get that the feline feces were sec, but I fear, due to your presented hygiene issues, that the brown dots were probably bed bugs you crushed in your sleep.
This is the only thread where I fear for the bed bugs.
I don't care if the poop is dry, I want a crème brulee NOW!!!!!
r61, GROSS. Yes, your pants are going to absorb the body oils and odors even the cleanest people have, as well as absorb odors and dirt from the environment.
Yes, people wash their jeans.
I draw the line at ironing them.
r84, you may have posted anonymously but we know who you are.
R69 there are waaaaay worse smells that can develop in the crotch of a cunted person if she doesn't wash her jeans...ew.
And to the "I don't wash my jeans" crowd....you know that STENCH that eminates from hipsters? There is a REASON...and you know why you wash your body every day? To get rid of the sweat, bacteria, leftover pee/poop, butt leaky fluids, skin flakes that come off our bodies every day....?? Well that is the same reason why you should wash your fucking pants!!!
I can't figure out if this thread is just a joke but I have known friends like this who pride themselves on not showering every day (I just don't smell! I don't have to!!") or they don't wash their clothes (one guy only steam-cleaned his work suits, never dry cleaned them) and YOU STINK!!!! YOU FUCKING STINK and all those times I got in the car with you to go out and I rolled down the window to "cool off" even though it was winter it was really because YOU FUCKING STINK.
Previous posters were right - just wash them in cold water, inside out, every 3-4 wearings unless it's summer - then every time you sweat in them - and let them air dry. They barely fade and YOU WON'T STINK.
The cat shit thing is just mentally ill, I can't even address that.
r87, how do you know who I am? Excuse me, the Pleiadians are calling me. I have to channel the mother ship. Where's my quartz crystal?
r84/91, I'm a friend of Warren's.
Well, I learned my lesson today. I washed the soft maroon t-shirt I bought at the dollar store. I only did one load and wound up with a dozen pink socks. I never thought it would happen to me.
this thread is great..only at the lounge!!
I had a similar experience with a red towel not long ago, R93. Rit makes a color-remover product that got out all the dye from the affected clothes, leaving them in splendid condition after I rewashed them! Use the sink method, rather than stovetop.
Holy shit (no pun intended), I think we may have another Not Without My Daughter, or even an I'm Not Running a Bed and Breakfast here!
Thank you for the link, R51, what an amazing read!
I eat cat shit.
[quote]Needing to wash your pants is more of a sign that your dirty.
I cannot stop laughing. Jesus, I am in tears.
grossest thread EVER.
[quote]Wash your fucking jeans people. Two or three days between washings is ok if you are doing nothing too strenuous while wearing them.
You wash your jeans every two days?!? WTF? Who does that?
r92, you are a friend of Warren's. So what makes you so special?
My son came home from college recently and I swear he smelled like a homeless person. He was clean, but he admitted that he hadn't washed the jeans he was wearing in weeks. He didn't notice the smell. Yeesh, I ran them though the wash twice in hot water.
OP, you stink. Everyone smells it but you. Wash your damn jeans. Dear God.
Kickstarter to buy OP a bottle of Febreeze and a can of Lysol.
Shitty little pants!
You were in the living room and put the poop in your pocket because, understandably, the nearest garbage can was about 500 feet away.
THE POOP WAS DRY.
THE POOP WAS DRY.
The line I will walk away with is R82 :
"WILL SOMEONE PLEASE SHIT IN MY POCKET!"
How the fuck can you not wash your jeans??? Think about all those germs you've got on them when you sit on public seats/chairs.
How fucking hard is it to throw them in the washing machine with the rest of your laundry??
This is the dumbest thing I've read in awhile. Cat poop in the pocket! Funny.
[quote]How the fuck can you not wash your jeans??? How fucking hard is it to throw them in the washing machine with the rest of your laundry??
Uh, cause we don't want to ruin them? Throw them in with the rest of the laundry? Bitch, please.
A fecaphiliac is somebody who's obsessed with mookie stinks. Uhh!! Oh my God you sick little monkey!!
There's nothing worse than rehydrated cat doodie on your jeans.
OP, you have to start washing your pants. Pants, as with ALL clothing, are meant to be washed.
FYI, you smell. You can't smell it yourself because you've become accustomed to the stench. And people are too timid an polite to say anything to you. But we guarantee you that you stink because of those dirty pants. Wash. Them.
But THE POOP WAS DRY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
OP sounds like the kind of person who saves lint and bits of string he finds on his (indoor/outdoor) carpet in his mouth, until he finds a trash receptacle.
FBI profile of OP:
1. Lives with three other people in a one bedroom railroad apartment that has not been cleaned since 1987.
2. Has had crabs more than once.
3. Has dirty fingernails, unbrushed teeth, unwashed hair, but spends hundreds of dollars on designer clothes that never get washed 9to "preserve" them) and therefore STINK.
4. Wears vintage shoes, so SOMEONE ELSE'S dried up FOOT STANK and mold mix together with OP's own foot stench but OP thinks the vintage look is so organic & that OP is "living green" so OP must smell awesome. Pairs the shoes with mildewy moth eaten vintage concert t-shirts or "ironic" children's product advertisement shirts.
5. OP works in a cubicle and the person in the next cubicle goes through a can of Fabreeze every week and has complained to HR three times already...OR...OP works as a server and all the other servers hold their breath when OP is close by....customers notice the dirty fingernails and never come back.
6. OP goes to dirty stinky bars in Los Feliz hoping to see Robert Pattinson because "as soon as he sees how AUTHENTIC and IRONIC and HIPSTER I am, he'll just KNOW I'm his SOULMATE."
7. OP uses that stone deodorant that DOES NOT WORK, HELLO!!!
8. OP reminds me of every hipster I ever met in Los Angeles who smoked like a chimney but criticized ME for polluting the environment with my perfume and my SUV, while the hipster is puffing away on a cigarette that has 88 poisonous chemicals in it.
They OP was trying so, so very hard. And unfortunately, about a hundred people lapped it right up.
R118 You're giving OP too much credit.
He has a cat litter box you can smell two houses away.
He's also a mild case of the pet owner who doesn't wash their stinky jeans, and doesn't realize they themselves stink. Bitches who own ferrets are the worst.
WON'T SOMEBODY PLEASE SHIT IN MY POCKET!
R121 Ruin them? Bitch, jeans don't get ruined by washing them. I have jeans that I've had for years and I wash them every time after I wear them and they're still holding up like new.
What kind of cheap ass jeans are you buying that you're afraid of ruining them???
R121's "voices" are acting up today...
Good jeans should be worn for a while before the very first washing, so that the fit will settle to your body shape. Obviously not 'til they stink though. After that, they can and should be washed just as often as any other piece of clothing.
THE POOP WAS DRY!
Maybe you could arrange a tube shoved up your own ass, directed to your pocket so you can shit without dropping your pants, since you have such an issue with keeping clean, or wanting to.
Then at least the poop would be yours, and not some wormy cat shit that retains its deathliness no matter how old and dry it is.
And you can just jump into a fountain when you need to go to a wedding or something.
I had a roommate who never washed his clothes - he had lived with me for around 7 months and I swear he never did even one load of laundry during all that time! Needless to say, his room reeked. I used to spray about 1/2 can of Febreze to kill the stench.
Of course, he was an alcoholic who would pass out drunk and stay in his room all the time.
[quote]So if you get six dry cat turds, can you make a necklace?
I knew a crazy woman who would go to the woods and collect deer pellets and make "jewelry" out of them, as well as clocks from kits and other "home-spun artworks." She said it was just fine because she coated it in varnish or sealant. But shit is still shit. Somehow she actually sold some of it.
She actually had a brain tumor a couple of decades ago and was batshit crazy ever since, even though it was removed.
R128 We had a charity fundraiser day at work where people brought in homemade goods to sell. Some were surprisingly good, some OK, some embarrassingly bad but only one was WTF strange. A guy had collected animal teeth and bones found in the woods, tied bits of gardening twine to hold them together and was trying to sell the resultant germ ridden unhygienic mess as folk art jewellery. He didn't even wash the stuff, it was bits of teeth and bone with grime and moss and twigs stuck to them tied with string.
If the FBI ever come asking questions about him I won't be surprised.
And if OP isn't trolling he should wash his stinky, funky, cum stained jeans.
R93, the lesson is to not buy clothing at the dollar store. You can buy Ralph Lauren t shirts at the goodwill for $1-2 and you won't have to worry about them bleeding onto your other clothing. As a side note, I think that it is weird that people have to be told to not throw shit in the washing machine. My friend's dog shit on a rug, and her husband threw the rug into the wash WITH the shit. Disgusting.
Eww, OP. That is just nasty. No, it's beyond nasty. It's just fucking gross. Remind me never to eat at your place. Or drink. Or step into it, for that matter.
R128's story reminds me of the article by Glynis Roberts where she said John Cleese had a necklace made out of his own teeth.
Something tells me Cleese is the kind of guy who would go weeks without washing his own pants.
[quote]I have jeans that I've had for years and I wash them every time after I wear them
EVERY single time you wear them?? Do you have OCD or something? Just how many pairs of jeans do you own that you can do this?
Why is that surprising? Sure, not everyone washes their jeans every single time, fine. But why is it a surprise that someone would treat it like any other piece of clothing, shirt, socks, underwear, and wash it after they wear it?
Let me guess, some of you bitches dont wash your underwear, etc. each time you wear them.
[quote] EVERY single time you wear them?? Do you have OCD or something?
Uh, it's called hygiene.
[quote]Why is that surprising? Sure, not everyone washes their jeans every single time, fine. But why is it a surprise that someone would treat it like any other piece of clothing, shirt, socks, underwear, and wash it after they wear it?
Because jeans are meant to be lived in. Do you wash your jacket every time you wear it also?
[quote] Let me guess, some of you bitches dont wash your underwear, etc. each time you wear them.
By the smell of things....
[quote]Because jeans are meant to be lived in. Do you wash your jacket every time you wear it also?
Not really a good comparison. A jacket doesn't typically come into direct contact with your body, nor does it come into as much contact with dirty shit (chairs, grass, etc) as your jeans do.
R128 I believe the term you are looking for is "deer shit crazy'