if it's clean it's sitting unfolded in a basket outside of the closet... if it's dirty it's thrown in a pile on the closet floor... if I never wear it it is hanging in the closet in no particular order
Human beings make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to invent boredom? -Terry Pratchett
Ironing? My iron is the dryer. If you pull out your laundry when it's still warm and either hang it up or fold it on the spot, ironing isn't necessary. Anything with serious ironing needs is usually dry clean only. Either that or I won't buy it.
1) Do laundry (Finally get around to washing clothes after procrastinating for weeks. Run the dryer multiple times at it would require the power of the earth's yellow sun to actually dry that many clothes at one times)
2) Grab hand full of garments
3) Inhale deeply while basking in the warm scent of synthetic fragrances and relish in that fuzzy feeling of accomplishment and responsibility attributed to completing, albeit half-assed, what could be considered a most a mediocre task.
4) Proceed to toss all your freshly cleaned clothes in a pile that resembles an oversized ant colony.
5) Periodically play laundry Jenga by selecting certain outfits out of said pile, all while trying to preserve the structural integrity of the pile. If the pile collapses, one must finally bite the bullet and hang the clothes up while biting lip and whispering obscenities.
other than having dress clothes hanging up, and clean clothes in laundry baskets, and dirty clothes either on the floor or in separate laundry baskets, depending on basket availability. Which somehow I don't think counts.