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>hanging your laundry out when it's freezing.
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If it's sunny then there's not really any problem.

Looks like it snowed the day before but most of the snow has melted.
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>>100802441
humidity actually tends to be really low when it's cold so it is an idea given if it's below freezing you're just going to freeze the clothes but seeing as how the snow is melting I'd wager it's about 4C so why the hell not
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>>100802441
>physics/chemistry 200
>what is sublimation?

you can even try wet clothes in siberia. they get as hard as a board until they're dry, but it works
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How else do you propose to do your laundry?
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Your mom still does your laundry, doesn't she OP?
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>>100802441
Freeze dried
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All that shit doesn't matter once you aquire loli panties
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The only possible issues are from additional snow(not necessarily a storm, could be wind blown snow), or from so much snow melting that humidity goes up and the dew point goes down causing condensation on the cloths. Both are more an issue of timing though.
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>>100803298
This enlightened Anon speaks the truth.
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>>100802441
>Hang clothes on freezing area
>Water inside the clothes turns into ice
>Break the ice from the clothes
>Use said ice on whiskey or whatever
>???
>PROFIT



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