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    • Those fucken euros dont have the vast open space of the Freedom land
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    • me who has to go to coin laundry: 'insert staring pikachu image'
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    • Think of using the drier to heat your towel after a shower
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    • Who the fuck has one in the kitchen...?
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    • Who the fuck does laundry in the kitchen
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    • Laundry room gang rise up
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    • British "people" keep laundry machines in the kitchen btw. Their tiny flats are so small they dont have laundry rooms
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    • If you have a washing machine in the kitchen your landlord is cutting costs get out of there
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    • who tf puts it in the kitchen? I've always seen people have a dedicated laundry room lol
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    • Bruh, why would y'all not put that shit in the basement/garage/its own room? Like you gotta shit and just decide "ah fuck it, I'll wash my clothes too since I feel a little constipated"?
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    • Either put them in the mudroom or a designated laundry room. Anything else is wrong
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    • What kind of weird fuck has it in the kitchen
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    • Lmao Europeans are all retarded, laundry room gang
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    • I kinda like the bathroom idea, it’s kinda nice
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    • Most countries aren’t as big as america lol a lot don’t have separate rooms for laundry
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    • They're broke from paying all the taxes they pay so they can't afford large American homes
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    • Bathrooms seems the best cause you dont want no one to hear you if your taking a fat shit.. Or when you get out of the shower you just slap you clothes In.
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    • Mine are in my bathroom. But only cause I live in an apartment. It sucks because all the dryer lint/ dust mixes with the shower water and builds up around the tub. Chat me and I'll send ya a photo of it
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    • I mean every house ive lived in kinda had a laundry room like it was in the wall in the hallway to the back door
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    • Who the F is putting their washing machine in the kitchen? Europeans.....
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    • I mean I wouldn’t mind having my dryer in the bathroom so you could dry your towels and have some warm ass towels straight out the shower but yeah it’s dumb to think you’d put them in the bathroom
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    • Do.. Do people not have laundry rooms?
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    • Wait- you guys don't have a separate room for laundry??
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    • In the bathroom, BECAUSE that room is protected against water damage, in case the machine breaks down. The kitchen does usually not have the same water proofing requirements.
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    • Shout out to my people, my washer-dryer-in-the-garage gang
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    • I've seen more hallway closets that contain the washer and dryer in tight space apartments. Most single family homes have a dedicated laundry room
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    • I've had em off of the kitchen but wtf? Actually I gotta say I think in the bathrooms fuckin brilliant, cold as balls and gonna take a shower? Throw the towel in the dryer, all warm and shit when you're done.
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    • Mine's in the Garage
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    • Because that's where the women are
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    • It's usually just apartments that have them either in the kitchen or a room (incredibly tiny) right next to the kitchen.
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    • I live in a condo and it's "laundry room" is the size of a closet and you gotta go through the kitchen to get to it so...50/50 for me
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    • Mines down the road
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    • 1 who has a fuckin washing machine in the kitchen?? 2 probably to save on water/pipes, the bathroom is probably right next to the kitchen in those kinds of houses
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    • Who puts the laundry machine in the kitchen?
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    • Imagine being to poor and not owning a laundry room
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    • There's nothing wrong with doing laundry in the kitchen. That's where I cook my clothes and put the lasagna in the washer.
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    • Kitchen laundry is for old houses and poor people.
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    • So, you can’t take a shower if someone is doing laundry?... and vice-versa? How is that better? Kitchen makes way more sense, y’all just want to be angry
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    • One of the reasons they were installed in the kitchen was cost of wire. A washing machine did not typically plug into your ordinary outlet, it needed a higher voltage such as 220Vac or 240Vac and wire can get expensive. The panel was usually installed close to the kitchen so the wire run would 1/2
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    • They're mostly not in the laundry room, because there isn't one in the first place if you don't live in a house. Population density is higher (I looked on some sites to buy houses, mostly they have much more space for cheaper or same prices). So yea, it's more cramped over here. (1/x)
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    • I’ve seen them in kitchens and in bathrooms in the US
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    • Huh, aren’t only dishwashers supposed to be in the kitchen??
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    • Y'all have a working washer AND dryer??
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    • Well usually it’s in the kitchen (in houses) Bc if you’re dirty etc etc you can semi undress in the garage and then do your laundry as you come in as to not dirty the rest of the house.
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    • Lmao right?! I have a massive room dedicated to just the washer and dryer
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    • Isn’t this the reason ww1 was fought
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    • You guys forget that America has so much more land than other countries, and a much lower population density. Our houses are gigantic compared to the compact apartments of countries with little land and a high population density.
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    • Listen. The bug people want you to live in little tiny houses. This is inhuman.
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    • Probably sounds bougie af to have a room dedicated to laundry.
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    • Most of the time it’s been in either a closet in the kitchen or a closet in a hallway for me, but my family just got our first house and now we have two sets of washer/dryers! Oldest of 8, so it’s definitely a win.
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    • Haha you guys are crazy. Your washing machine and dryer should be at your maids place. So when she comes to work she can bring your laundry with her and your butler can fold it. You guys make no sense wouldn't they be really loud in your mansion?
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    • My laundry room is also a mud room. It leads to the garage from a 3 way intersection from the family room, kitchen, and foyer
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    • my laundry room is attached to the kitchen......
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    • lmao imagine being able to afford stable housing
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    • 600 a month rent and I have a laundry room. Its not us poverty, it’s dumb ass eu designs... my ass is cold as fuck as I write this. I’m rushing across my house to a super warm towel, because I forgot to bring one
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    • Because of the size of the washer and dryer and on two story houses and laundry chute, americans thought it would be, (and still is) a great idea to designate a room to it so you can easily store all of your supplies next to each other...
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    • In Brazil every laundry machine is in the kitchen lol
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    • What if I takin a massive shit and your mom walks in to do the laundry
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    • My washer and dryer are in my bathroom. I have a big ass bathroom tho I get not everyone has the space for that.
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    • My laundry room was the living room where the washboard and bucket was
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    • I have a laundry closet, then my nana has a laundry bathroom
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    • Where are washing machines in the kitchen??
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    • I live in an apartment, mine is in my bedroom closet
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    • My washing machine has been in the kitchen in both of the houses I’ve lived here in the South. Old houses usually have washers in the kitchen because dryers weren’t a thing yet, so it just made sense to have it in the kitchen and not in a separate room by itself.
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    • It’s just about plumbing really and space. Also who wants to carry a washing machine upstairs? Not everyone lives in an apartment
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    • 😂 wait until they find out our hospital bills are stable to survive
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    • I'm not German and I have it in my bathroom
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    • Y’all got a whole room? My washer and dryer are in a little space the size of a closet
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    • I think we have laundry rooms because there are multiple bathrooms, so we just have one for all rooms. In Germany do y’all put a different washing machine in every bathroom of a house?
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    • Used to they'd be put in the kitchen if there's not enough space in the bathroom as there would be easier access to a water line/outside wall for the dryer vent. Newer construction has laundry rooms planned into it but before the 70's/80's they weren't very common yet as they were extremely expensiv
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    • My apartment has a laundry room, but I can't afford a washer and dryer right now so it's my dirty laundry storage and cat bathroom
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    • It’s probably because of however their plumbing works. I hate it but there’s probably a reason... right?
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    • Why the hell is it in a bathroom so you have clothes and towels already in there why not the laundry room or the day kitchen like or outside in the shed like why the hell in the bathroom you have them on the damn bathroom not us
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    • Mines in the family room
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    • I shit in the a bathroom and usually there's always someone in that bitch, better to have an entirely separate room to do it
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    • My grandparents washing machine is in the downstairs bathroom
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    • I understand why it would be in the bathroom because things get clean in the bathroom. But the kitchen? Fuck no
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    • Mines in the basement
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    • Laundry room mqkes more sense. But having them in bathrooms also makes sense.
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    • The laundry room aka the small closet that constantly smells like bleach and sadness
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    • Who the fuck uses a washer? I have a woman that washes them in a bucket and hangs them on a wire
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    • Laundry room that's just a closet with plumbing.
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    • Who the fuck puts washing machines in the bathroom or even kitchen? You can buy those weird bottom washer and top dryer ones that fit in a small closet. Too broke to even have an extra small closet? Typical eurotards.
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    • Here in Tennessee only rich people have laundry rooms. Everyone else has a laundry nook or closet in or by the kitchen
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    • Wait yall have laundry rooms, mine is just in the bathroom
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    • What losing two world wars does to a mf
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    • I like the bathroom thing since im taking my clothes off to get in the shower
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    • My aunt has them in the back bathroom. She lives in Georgia
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    • Not everyone is riCH
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    • Wtf why would they go in the kitchen?
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    • Or you could use the laundry room.
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    • I've always had them in either laundry room or the garage..
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    • british and french “people” put their washing machine/dryer combo in the kitchen and the rest of europe puts it in the bathroom bc hours are smaller there and laundry rooms aren’t really a thing
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    • Mine are in the pantry 😔
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    • Wait who does laundry in the kitchen? I have a DISHwasher in the kitchen
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    • The fucking kitchen?
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    • I have my laundry in the bathroom and I live in America
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