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    Like with an iron and iron board thing
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    Of course not! My butler does it for me.
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    I use a warm stone.
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    (Original post by Bazbaz)
    Of course not! My butler does it for me.
    Your butler?!

    Usually people keep iron ladies. They charge like £15/hour.
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    What, as opposed to with a loaf of bread?
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    No; although I did once buy a shirt billed as 'all-iron' from a company called MailShirt, having fundamentally misunderstood their business-model.

    Do I wear it? Of course: ironing is for suckers.
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    I iron my husbands clothes too, and with an iron, surprisingly.
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    Nah, my maid does it for me.

    She burnt my silks one day though fgs
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    Only shirts.
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    (Original post by enaayrah)
    Nah, my maid does it for me.

    She burnt my silks one day though fgs
    (Original post by Bazbaz)
    Of course not! My butler does it for me.
    Its amazing how many of you have butlers and maids. Wish I had a butler.
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    (Original post by Awesome Genius)
    Your butler?!

    Usually people keep iron ladies. They charge like £15/hour.
    My butler is the only person I trust around my shirts.
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    I put them under my mattress and sleep on them.
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    (Original post by Awesome Genius)
    Its amazing how many of you have butlers and maids. Wish I had a butler.
    Worthwhile investment :yep:
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    (Original post by Bazbaz)
    My butler is the only person I trust around my shirts.
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    Worthwhile investment :yep:
    How much do they charge?

    Our ironing lady, I think, does a wonderful job and is very reasonably priced @ £15p.h.

    But having a butler would be so cool. Just sitting back and ordering some guy around to do stuff for you.
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    dry cleaners do it for me, usually drop it off on friday after work.
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    (Original post by Awesome Genius)
    How much do they charge?

    Our ironing lady, I think, does a wonderful job and is very reasonably priced @ £15p.h.

    But having a butler would be so cool. Just sitting back and ordering some guy around to do stuff for you.
    My butler came with our estate. Father takes care of the costs.
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    (Original post by Awesome Genius)
    How much do they charge?

    Our ironing lady, I think, does a wonderful job and is very reasonably priced @ £15p.h.

    But having a butler would be so cool. Just sitting back and ordering some guy around to do stuff for you.
    Well, we pay our maid around £210 a week for her household work
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    Gosh no, my rabbit servants do it for me.
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    (Original post by Awesome Genius)
    Like with an iron and iron board thing
    I just jump on my clothes for a while until they look relatively flat.
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    My mother does it.
 
 
 
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