Okay let me ask you this. When you toss your clothes into the receptacle, floor, area or room where they wait to be washed, in what format do you leave your shirts? I ask because I always toss them in the hamper right side out whereas Serge always tosses them in inside-out. This is probably due to how we take off these garments. We're talking tees and undershirts here. I pull mine off from the neck which results in the shirt remaining right-side-out while spouse pulls from the bottom and up and over his head resulting in the inside-out bullshit. The reason I have a problem with this is that it is my job to fold and put away the clothes. (If you recall, we've solved a large source of marital discord by coming up with the machine pact - he loads them and I empty them. This goes for dishes and laundry.) Now when I have broached the subject with beloved marital partner, he informs me that he does that on purpose because it "washes them better". Now I might go along with this logic if he tossed everything in inside-out. But he doesn't. His jeans are right-side-out, as are his socks (thank the baby jebus) so his logic is rather faulty.
I have been known to exhibit a little civil disobedience in the matter by simply folding and putting away his shirts in the same format as they come out of the dryer, but mostly I try to find my loving place and turn them right-side-out before folding them.
What suggestions would you give? Should I just keep my mouth shut and fold the clothes and take the extra time that HIS require to do properly? Should I stop folding his properly in protest? Is there some way I can convince him of his faulty logic? How does it work in your household?