Once we were mere boys, playful and innocent, unaware of our future roles as breadwinners, caretakers, and role models for the community.
One day, we wake up, and we are men.
We march into adventure — we find the soft toilet seat, we save the little pigeon from a sure death. But each time we slay a dragon, there is another one pounding on the door, breathing his hot flames of destruction against our skin, threatening our homes and loved ones. And we must put on our armor and fight.
This is a story about a man and a washing machine.
A washing machine is like a woman. If handled right it gets wet and inviting, and washes away all sorrows. But a washing machine, like a woman, is a turbulent, emotional machine. When something goes wrong — watch out!