kisara
kisara
10/18/18
7:41 AM
34

I’m posting from one of the bedrooms...I got locked in last week and still haven’t gotten out yet.

7/13/18
9:46 AM
5

This may be true... or I’m hearing the call of Cthulu as he works to tear open the gate between our dimension and hell.

4/6/18
6:04 PM
25

As someone who is frequently accused of being annoyingly pedantic, I kinda love that this movie concept sends us all into a tailspin of theoretical bureaucratic paperwork. You are my people.

3/9/18
4:21 PM
2

It’s available in the Playstation store for the same price till 3/13. :)

It’s available in the Playstation store for the same price till 3/13. :)

1/4/18
8:20 PM
2

Try to find out if there’s a place near you that refurbishes old appliances. Seriously, since new washers suck. I’m currently running a load in a 25 year old machine and while it acts up periodically, I could probably call the appliance refurbishing place near me and they could fix it up to be better than most new Read more

1/4/18
4:47 PM
2

We have the V-ZUG Adora washer and dryer. I love them. They are very reliable, quiet, efficient and have handy settings, especially for the washer, so it starts on it’s own to be ready when you get up/get home. Or if you have times during the day/night when energy is cheapest, you can set it to that time. They do not Read more

1/4/18
4:19 PM
5

I just bought a new washer about a month ago, and I did a ton of research. Something I was struck by is that all the highly rated ones on Consumer Reports have terrible reviews by actual consumers. These were mostly the high efficiency stackables. They have really high failure rates, and just don’t last that long. My Read more

1/4/18
3:05 PM
1

The first set I got I bought used and had no problem. Even sold for the same price when I had to move. Read more

1/4/18
2:35 PM
1

Booth and I have a stacking set from LG. We moved our laundry to the powder room (from our unheated addition ... last owners of my house are ridiculous) and needed a stacking set to fit. Read more

1/4/18
2:14 PM
2

Top loading washer! They come in high efficiency now, it’s not just the fancy front loaders. Mine senses the water amount needed, or I can force it to do a “deep fill” for things like sheets that are light but need more water. Mine also has a cleaning setting, you buy some special soap pods (can’t remember the name Read more

1/4/18
2:01 PM
1

My parents bought me mine. The washer was to replace an old as heck one that came with my old house 8 years ago. It’s probably the cheapest available, no bells and or whistles, works fine, and I can’t see myself ever needing or wanting anything fancier. My dryer was new last winter when the one my old neighbor gave me Read more

1/4/18
1:56 PM
2

We went through Home Depot, which was nice because they delivered and installed them for us. They’re Admiral brand, pretty basic but they work really well!

1/4/18
1:55 PM
2

Oh and I bought them from Home Depot. I try to buy from independent stores, but the price difference at the time was several hundred dollars so I just went with the big box (and they installed them which was nice).

1/4/18
1:54 PM
1

I have a unitized stacking Frigidaire w/d and I LOVE IT. It’s a full-size washer which is actually more than I need but whatever. It doesn’t have a center agitator pole and I can’t tell you how much better that is! Also, the washer has a “bedding” setting which actually prevents it from dancing around like a Dalek Read more

1/4/18
1:52 PM
3

I bought a whirlpool duet washer and dryer when I moved into my house (about four years ago) and they work really well! The dryer has some kind of sensor function in that it will turn off when it senses your stuff is dry instead of going the whole cycle, which is nice for smaller loads.

1/4/18
1:50 PM
7

I didn’t buy them, they were already in my apartment, but I have very basic models and I prefer it that way. Top loading washer, regular dryer. Nothing digital. The fewer the functions, the fewer things to go wrong. Read more

1/4/18
1:29 PM
4

I legit always buy used bc I don’t need all the bells and whistles. I enjoy a large capacity washer bc I have a dirty husband (he’s a logistics manager- ie- works in warehouses and gets filthy) and a toddler so there is a lot of laundry in this house. Also, the basic older models are usually easier to repair on my own Read more

1/4/18
1:25 PM
5

My advice: buy a used one, and whatever you do, don’t buy a front loader. They are notorious for leaks, and collect layers of stinky scum that you then have to purchase special cleaner to regularly get rid of. The only brand new washer I ever purchased lasted a year. Not a fan of new washers. Used appliance places Read more