I have been hoarding this, just waiting for the appropriate time to slip it into a post, but the occasion never seems to arise. I am sure it would be a great analogy at some point, but I will just spill the seed anyway, so to speak. The occasion has never risen.
When the clothes washing goes into the machine, who is responsible for tissues in the pockets? That is, is it the person who wears the garment or the person who does the washing?
Surely it must be the person who wears the garment is responsible for removing everything from their pockets. They are smart enough to remove their mobile phone I would reckon.
Do they want their garment spoiled by being covered in tissue if their garment is washed and they have left tissues in the pocket?
Washing does not tend to work on an individual garment manner, so all washing will be spoiled.
It is only a fool who washes clothes without checking first that there are no tissues in the pockets.
Hey, I can use it.
The world seems to full of washer people who have not checked for tissues in pockets.