its in the free posting too..
Free possessed dryer to good home. Well, it may or may not be possessed. It whines and whistles, but like my ex, refuses to work. I can't support this dryer's habits anymore, nor do I want to continue worrying about how long it will be out. We had a great relationship for a while, but now all it does is lay on the couch and eat Bon-bons. ( I didn't realize they still made Bon-bons)
It is house broken. It uses the litter box most of the time. Beware of leaving your spanx laying on the floor. It barks at spanx.
I asked it to mow the lawn yesterday, but apparently it had better things to do. I just don't want it to start making a meth-lab in my storage shed while I'm not home. I never checked its references prior to bringing it home, but I looked on carfax and it's never been in an accident. As far as I know, it's never been arrested. It did smash my finger in 1982, but that was my fault.
The dryer like dragons; at least that is what it told me during my one and only "trip." I tripped over the coffee table and smashed my head on the dryer once. 4 stitches and a 256 dollar er visit. They found some shrapnel from nam, so that was a benefit of smashing my head into a dryer. The dryer was ok, though.
Anyway, the dryer is yours , if you would like. You and the dryer can go on long walks to the refrigerator, hike palo dura canyon, or even just sit back and enjoy the sunsets together.
After a short exorcism, the dryer should be right with the world, hell, it may find a solution for world hunger. That would be awesome if you were the owner of the dryer who finds the cure for cancer! You never know until you try.
I'd be happy to tell you more about this particular appliance, but my knowledge is limited to what I've already posted. Bring a truck or a giant turtle. I'll help you lift it onto the turtle, as long as it doesn't bite (the dryer, not the turtle.) If you have a subcompact car, we can super glue it to the top. Or drag it?