Why am i wearing TEA TOWELS everyday?
Last week when I was staying at a hotel during our year 9 city camp, on day 2 out of 3. I overslept the checkout time. I was accidentally wrapped up with the bed sheets during the daily clean of the room and change of the linen. I woke up instantly after I was wrapped in a ball by the cleaner. As I was carried out of the room and into the hall I could see through the sheets that all my classmates were grouped near the lift ready to go to the day’s activities, at the time I hadn’t said anything because I was in shock. All of a sudden I was stuffed into the laundry bag hanging on the side of the laundry cart outside the room and the lid was slammed shut. I was there for a minute when all of a sudden the cart started to be pushed along to the next room, every 5 or so minutes the lid would lift and more sheets would be pushed on top of me. Then after the fourth room, I heard one cleaner say to the other, “Hey the pink linen skip is full, let’s empty it down the sheet chute and then finish the last two rooms.” All of a sudden the cart stopped and the bag was unhooked and tipped upright, the next thing that happened was I was sliding out of the bag and then I fell down the chute. But then as it was a “second chute in the main hotel chute system, I stopped at the end because there was a gate closed that stopped me and the linen entering the main system and being “processed”, over a period of ten minutes other cleaners emptied sheets down the chute witched pressed me up against the gate even more. When I looked through the gate below I could see clothes, dry-cleanable, towels, used tea towels and sponges being sucked through chutes and into the main chute. Then the cleaners must have pressed a button because the gate slowly started to open and a vacuum suction started pulling me down. I could feel myself being pulled and the sheets were pushing me down. Then the chute tipped from slightly diagonal to fully diagonal and I fell down the main chute, I quickly grabbed onto another gate below to stop myself from falling, but then the gate started to open and about 150 tea towels fell onto me and dragged me down and I was sucked down onto the main conveyor belt and was pulled along. I could see a large machine and thought OH NO! I was apparently pulled into a “quickx clean” system, like a commercial dishwasher, I was sprayed with water under heavy pressure cleaned with detergent and softened, then the conveyor belt kept pulling along and I was pulled into another machine which blew me and all the tea towels with hot air. Then I was dropped onto another conveyor belt than shuntered along every few seconds, ahead of me I could see the pile of sheets and staff was laying them out and they were being pulled into a big rolling pin iron, I tried to get off the conveyor but my foot was caught in the hole pattern, the staff saw me and quickly helped me off the conveyor belt and made sure I was ok. When I got off and sat down I realized I was wearing tea towels. All I could smell was hotel washing detergents.
Since then I’ve never told my mum, whenever I get dressed I always safety pin one of her tea towels around by breasts, then put my bra on and I wear one of her sponge cloths in my briefs, if I don’t I don’t feel right. Since then the boys at school have noticed that my breasts are bigger and the hottest guy in school has asked me out, the other day my mum noticed that I was wearing her pink and white extra soft tea towel because she could see it through my school dress at the breakfast table. I told her it was so the boys would think they were ‘bigger’. And she said ok. The other day when she went outside to get clothes of the line and left the clothes spinning around in the hot dryer, I paused it and climbed in as hot steam escaped, then all of a sudden out of nowhere my mum pushed clothes into the half full dryer and slammed the door and reset it to full condense and full heat, turbo spin and pressed go! Suddenly it started spinning quicker and it was getting hotter and hotter by the minute and I could see my mum ironing and folding clothes with her back turned. After I checked my watch it had been 8 minutes and the clothes were starting to burn me they were so hot and I was wrapped up in a table cloth, then the machine stopped because mum could see something irregular spinning out of control out of the corner of her eye in her tumble dryer. After she gave me a cold shower in the laundry tub, I told her I wanted to see what it was like in the dryer with clothes. All she did was frown and she walked out.
Why am I wearing tea towels each day? What can I do to stop it???
Suggestion by Peter
Identifying a Pathological Liar
Pathological liars, or “mythomaniacs,” may be suffering from histrionic personality disorder or narcissistic personality disorder. The following comments basically reflect a pathological liar who has the characteristics of histrionic personality disorder.
1. Exaggerates things that are ridiculous.
2. One-upping. Whatever you do, this person can do it better. You will never top them in their own mind, because they have a concerted need to be better than everyone else. This also applies to being right. If you try to confront an individual like this, no matter how lovingly and well-intentioned you might be – this will probably not be effective. It’s threatening their fantasy of themselves, so they would rather argue with you and bring out the sharp knives than admit that there’s anything wrong with them.
3. They “construct” a reality around themselves. They don’t value the truth, especially if they don’t see it as hurting anyone. If you call them on a lie and they are backed into a corner, they will act very defensively and say ugly things (most likely but depends on personality), but they may eventually start to act like, “Well, what’s the difference? You’re making a big deal out of nothing!” (again, to refocus the conversation to your wrongdoing instead of theirs).
Suggestion by jes
what are you even talking about???
Suggestion by Childsmum
Get a life and stop wasting the one you have with rubbish like this.
Suggestion by Ryans Nanna
It was just a nightmare, forget it.
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