I Refuse to Match My Socks Since Inevitably One of the Two Always Ends Up Getting Kidnapped By the Washer or Dryer

They’re the Mechanical Equivalents of Bonnie and Clyde

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I refuse to match my socks. It’s a lifestyle choice, so don’t judge me. It’s also a matter of practicality, especially when I put a matching pair of socks into the wash and when the…

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