I woke up this morning with a question on my mind. I am old school and I will accept and admit it, but I was curious as to whether people still iron their clothes. I have talked to many people who swear by it like myself. I have also talked to people who dry their clothes and immediately hang them up which in their words keeps the clothes from being wrinkled.

In my opinion, there is nothing like having a freshly starched pair of jeans or button-down shirt to really set the mood for any occasion. But I have to admit that some of the comments I received were truly funny, and some were very sincere about whether they iron their clothes or not. Check out some of the funny comments below from a few of my followers on whether they still need an iron in their life.

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It seems to be pretty fair across the board. You can also decipher the age groups as well who still prefer ironing. At the end of the day if there is an event coming up and I need to make sure that I am prepared and looking my best. I am going to pull out the old trusty iron and make sure you bring some of that starch along with you as well.

 

 

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