Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Question of the Day

If you go into your spouse's or child's closet to collect empty hangers for future loads of laundry, are you harvesting or poaching?

12 comments:

Lorraine said...

Harvesting. I use a combine.

iamnot said...

"Render to Ceasar that which is Ceasar's."

Hell, I bought the hangers.

AM Kingsfield said...

My kids are unaware of what hangars are or where they might locate one.

AM Kingsfield said...

or hangers either

greeny said...

Could be poaching...there most likely is a wild animal in my son's closet judging from the stench.

John said...

What do you need hangers for?

YoLinna said...

Navigating. Over the mountains. I have yet to summit.

Carmi said...

I'd like to think it's a form of recycling!

Michele sent me to tell you I think these conundrums of yours are delightful.

Lisa said...

If we're talking about the special sueded hangers your spouse bought for his dress shirts, you are definitely poaching.

Dak-Ind said...

its harvesting... poaching implies that either my sons or my husband would know how to use a hanger... none of them know how to pick one up off the floor, let alone fill it with a laundered shirt!

VE said...

Hangers? All of our household clothes are suspended in air with a unique helium blower to eliminate all wrinkles and hanger marks!

BreadBox said...

Harvesting: what you need to do is make sure that you put more socks in the dryer: that is where the harvest of coat hangers gets generated from: all the missing single socks:-)

Michele sent me again,
N.