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Like a Washing Machine.

 

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A monstrous spawn of modern technology: the Waschmaschine, as it is referred to in Germany. The fiend devours clothes or other linens and, depending on the operator's tastes, also what could be ungodly amounts of alkylbenzenesulfonates in powder form. It gets hooked to water lines that pump raging H2O into a drum that mercilessly mixes said powder and the pumping currents of liquid. The machine goes into a frenzy known as the Spin Cycle and pulls the water out from the beaten fabric...then the container, the tub, gets those water lines to begin pumping, and the cycle starts all over. Rinsing the now chemical soapy solution along with the unlucky fabrics. Then it repeats everything. Again. And again. And again. And again.

Finally, after all the abuse, the water is cleared from the tub, spun out and gone down the drain never to be seen or heard from again, and whatever was processed inside is finally ready to get hung up.

In other news, GSP still can't finish fights...

\The FanPosts are solely the subjective opinions of Bloody Elbow readers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Bloody Elbow editors or staff.

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