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  1. Andrew

    oh hannah 😛

    i noticed the bleach thing cleverly before i put in my money a few days ago. also should have told you about the “if the dryers have a flashing arrow instead of money number then the cleaning ladies have left credit in the machine and you can get it free” trick.

    missing me yet much 😉 ?

  2. whisperinggums

    The story is worth it for the photo! Glad the washing got done too…

  3. L-Izzle

    Awww you’re as stylish as me! Except I don’t have very much dignity, and so frequently go out in public dressed like that (I honest to god heard a checkout chick at Mawson Woolies refer to me as “that girl who never wears pants or shoes” recently…hell yes!).

    Anyway, I’ve come out of this story with a burning NEED to know where the girl disappeared to for all that time. I would really like closure on this issue :\

  4. Ash

    I am so entertained by your outfit! 😀

    Have you met Jed et al yet? 😛

  5. L-Engineer

    Yep, I need to know what happened to the detergent shopper, and her clothes, as well.

  6. Hannah

    Andrew: Absolutely. Cried myself to sleep last night. And you? Surely there’s a Hannah-shaped gap everywhere you turn right now?

    Whisperinggums: Are you implying the story wasn’t worth it on its own? Hmm?

    L-Izzle: I’ve worked it out; the check-out chick has opened my eyes to the reality that was staring me right in the face.
    You’re Lady Gaga.

    P.S. I do believe you were decently dressed the time we bumped into each other at Mawson. Even if your sophistication was belied by the industrial-size box of diet coke in your trolley. (Because it’s not like I was hiding chocolate and chips under my tofu and frozen broad beans or anything.)

    Ash: No. They have eluded me. And I just don’t want to talk about it. Life is a farce.

    L.Engineer: Sadly, I cannot give you an answer. It shall be henceforth known as one of life’s great mysteries.

  7. L-Izzle

    It’s true. I’ve been trying to hide the truth, but it’s about time I came clean…I am, in fact, that pantless wonder Lady Gaga. Thank you providing me with an avenue to express my true self, Hannah.

    (also, shut your face. it wasn’t diet coke. it was coke zero, DUHHHHHH.)

  8. Hannah

    HAHAHA Lizzi – I totally knew you were Lady Gaga and have learned Poker Face on guitar in tribute to your awesome.

    Hannah – thanks for keeping me amused as always – mostly I just like that you are reading Cold Comfort Farm. One of my favourite reads. And your clothes were still in the dryer when you went back for them right? so you must be kind of ok karma wise.

  9. Hannah

    L-Izzle: I do apologise. I’m sure I’d get just as cranky if someone mistook my caffeine-free coke for the real version (although, seeing as I drink it about three times a year, it’s unlikely anyone would really notice either way).

    Hannah: Methinks we need to find you a catchy nickname. I did refer to you as H.OtherMe in a post once, but that’s probably a little bit too much on the subsuming-your-identity side for comfort. I shall muse upon it. I’m thinking H.LeoGarber, or H.MrsGarber, or H.MMPryce…

    And yes, clothes successfully there and successfully dried. Toasty toasty clothing goodness.

  10. Emily

    I have been waiting my whole life for this photo. I can now die happy.

  11. Hannah

    Emily: But not too soon, k? Otherwise I’ll have to resist the urge to post more ridiculous-looking photos of myself.

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