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'Smart' clothes could sell themselves on eBay

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Calibeliever

I'm not sure how comfortable I'd be about my personal effects announcing to the world that I'm neglecting them. 

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Still Waters

I would rather they be 'smart' enough to wash and iron themselves!

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twobytwice

Would you really want to live in Pee Wee's playhouse where everything is "smart"?

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paperdyer

Make them smart enough to move to the front of the clothing line so you remember you have them. I know I have the issue of forgetting I have a particular shirt.  Actually it's my T-Shirt collection.  I could wear a different T-Shirt every day for at least 2 months without repeating.  I have a separate closest just for the T's.  Mostly comics/cartoons, but others as well.  And I just keep on buying.  Just added some Suicide Squad shirts. I'm waiting for my wife to rebel.  Let's see wife or T-shirts.  Hmmmmmmmmm 

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Nnicolette

I have alotta clothes and go all year without wearing the same more than twice i dont think i want them deciding if i need to sell them i already donate what i dont want. How impractical, i agree id rather if they decided to wash themselves then when to sell themselves in fact people should all learn that as well.

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little_dreamer

Just think, if everyone had this no one would wear the wrong size clothes again.   Too tight clothes would disappear from your closet.

Better not gain any weight. :unsure2:

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Still Waters
On 08/08/2016 at 9:57 PM, Nnicolette said:

i already donate what i dont want.

That's what I do. We get charity bags through the door from various charities who come and collect them on a specified day. Then they sell what you donate in their shops.

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