Every group of adults, as they begin to age a bit, says that the world is going to shit and it's all because of this, that, or the other thing that young people do or don't do.
Well, I have figured out what's wrong with the current generation of young people.
They, or at least some of them, don't do their laundry properly.
They don't separate lights and darks.
They overload the machine.
They put red in with white.
They use whatever detergent is on sale without concern for which one actually gets clothes clean.
They don't care what brand of washing machine they use. They just want the machine to swirl the clothes around and then they call them clean.
They dry clothes on the cycle for towels instead of using the permanent press cycle with wrinkle-release time.
They don't hang up clothes immediately after they come out of the dryer in order to avoid wrinkles.
They don't pre-treat stains.
These may seem silly, minor concerns to you, but if you consider them more carefully, Gentle Readers, you will see that these failings are, in fact, indicative of disorganization, laziness, lack of concern for belongings (especially Mom's poor overloaded washer), and not caring how they present themselves in public when they are wearing clothes that should be white but have a strange pink tinge and are stained and wrinkled.
Everything just tossed in together and dried on the wrong setting and sometimes thrown on the floor after departing the dryer.
And that's what's wrong with young people today. They need to learn how to do their laundry correctly.
I feel a bit proud of having figured this out, and I am quite pleased I could share it with you.
Infinities of love,