Laundromat socialism

The coin laundry is the universal equalizer. Regardless of what we may think of ourselves or how we may self-categorize, we, at some point, have to wash our clothes at a laundromat.

Excuses, reasons may vary, but we all are equal here. Fascinated by spinning clothes, bound to wait for the cycle to end, for a moment we are all the same. Until we get to the parking lot and try to back out at the same time and threaten to kill each other.

Published by Mari

I was born with a widow's peak and a thick accent. I majored in English as a second language. I work (marianeladearmas.com) and travel (alittlecubangoesalongway.com) and sometimes do both.

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