By Miserable - 11/11/2009 07:06 - United States
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On one hand, YDI for not thinking ahead. You should have realized that just because the laundry room doesn't always close at the posted time doesn't mean it can't or won't close at that time. On the other hand, if you're always busy and late nights are the only time you have to do your laundry...well, it doesn't totally mitigate the YDI, but it's still a bit FYL-ish.
Call in sick... Maybe you shouldnt wait until ALL of you clothes are dirty before washing. I hope you are fired
And you shouldn't jump to conclusions, Donkey. If you read the post, OP never said he held off washing his clothes until the last minute; he probably had a free evening and decided to wash his clothes because he had the time. Yes, he should not have assumed the facility would remain open, but no need to insult him without any proof.
So we shouldt assume that he waited till the last minute even though he stated that he has no clothes for work (because they are all in the laundry). And he didnt start washing until the laundry room was about to close? Hmm to me it is common sense.. Oh well
call in sick or call and say you will be running late. no biggie
How ridiculous for the laundry room to close overnight! I'd suggest starting a tenant petition to keep it open 24 hours.
And you're an idiot. Every apartment complex I've ever lived in had the exact same rules - 8am to 10pm. They lock it at night so people can't fuck around or break shit while management isn't there. A few years before I moved into my current apartment some asshole flooded the laundry room in the middle of the night just for kicks. Rules are there for a reason.