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Barnard ResLife Loves Clean Clothes

If you don’t wash your clothes for over ten hours, what’s the point?

Bwog has received intel that Barnard ResLife has declared a war on dirty clothes. Not only is Barnard laundry now free, but it is also extremely thorough. You might think that an hour is the maximum time one might need to properly exile any dirt or sweat from your clothes. But you would be wrong. The new highly efficient washing system mandates at least a ten-hour commitment to wash one load of laundry: three hundred minutes to wash and another three hundred to dry.

You might be thinking LaundryView might just be reporting the time wrong. I say: HA! When has BarnardResLife under set up anything wrong? That would be RIDICULOUS. Barnard ResLife is considerate, aware, and has a convenient sign-out policy. It’s D&D alignment is actually lawful good!

Thanks, BarnardResLife, for giving us the best laundry options possible.

Plimpton LaundryView screenshot via Bwogger

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