Happiness often sneaks in through a door you didn't know you left open. -John Barrymore
Question #87274 posted on 07/10/2016 2:52 p.m.

Dear 100 Hour Board,

You wake up one morning, and realize, to your horror, that you have forgotten to do laundry and have no clean underwear! The pair you are currently in is a day old. As you look at your clock, you fear is compounded when you realize that you have only one hour to get to class, leaving you with inadequate time to do any laundry!!!

What DO you do?

--Barney Stinson


Dear Barney,

No one but me knows I'm wearing dirty underwear. Just wear what I'm already wearing until I have a chance to do a load of laundry this evening.

~Dr. Occam



You sir, are a dirty, rotten imposter. I would never ask such a dumb question. 

(Clearly, I behave as God intended, and I would go without.)


-The Barnacle aka, the REAL Barney Stinson


Dear Swarley,

From the mouth of Liz Lemon:

"If you're running low on laundry, a bathing suit makes perfectly acceptable underwear."

-April Ludgate


Dear Barn,

On my week-long trip, I forgot to bring underwear. 

I lived.

-The Lone Musketeer


Dear Barney,

I'll wash the dirty underwear by hand in very hot water until clean, then wring it out and pat dry on a towel. I'll then put some tissues in underwear when you put them on. Put on rest of my clothes and go to school. After the 1st class, remove tissues in restroom. And voila! Dry undies. Anne mentioned that a blow dryer would be really good at quickly drying them, and I'll have to try that. Sounds good to me, anyway.



Dear Stinson,

If my underwear was still relatively clean like it normally is when I wake up, then I would just wear them again.

If for some reason my underwear had been soiled, I would probably just skip class and do laundry. Plus I'm sure I could talk my professor into giving me an extension if there was an assignment or quiz due in class. 

My last option would be to go buy new underwear and change before class started.

-Sunday Night Banter