Here's the deal.
I've decided that I will no longer sort and fold my socks.
Seriously. Hear me out.
The usual state of my sock drawer is one of intricate organization, but I've come to realize that this is an unnecessary responsibility I have put upon myself.
Consider the math.
On average, I do laundry every other week -- roughly 26 times a year. Each time, I spend approximately ten minutes sorting and folding my socks. Currently forty years old, (God-willing) let's say I live another forty years.
According to the Bozo-puter, that sock-sorting time investment calculates as follows:
26 laundry cycles x 10 minutes of sock sorting x 40 years = 10400 minutesThat's over seven solid days of sock folding that I will do over the remainder of my lifetime. An entire week that I will waste so others can see that my left ankle properly matches my right ankle.
10400 minutes / 60 minutes in an hour = 173.3 hours
173.3 hours / 24 hours in a day = 7.2 days
I'll take the extra week.