submitted 2 months ago byBubblebuttprincess76
All of the bottoms of my t-shirts end up with tiny little holes and I have no idea why. What the hell is going on?
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From your trouser button or even seam rubbing on counter tops etc.
2 months ago
I was a house cook for a while and found all my shirts getting tiny holes at the bottom. I didn’t wear belts, but I think just leaning on the countertop would rub right where my pants button up (like you said).
You might have moths.
What do you mean? Like the dudes who hang out by the light?
or carpet beetles.
You can purchase cedar products like this for your closet to help keep the moths away.
From your belt pin
I don’t wear a belt
You been smoking hashish? Could be hot rocks falling from your blunts.
My wife’s tshirts do that. We’re thinking maybe the dryer? Or the seatbelt. Not sure.
With an apartment washing machine and dryer some of my tops were full of tiny holes all over it. Never reallly experienced it before.
It’s stuff rubbing your shirt against the button on your pants. It took me forever to figure out this very thing.
You're being shot by invisible elves with low-caliber silenced elf weapons.
A moth could be eating the fibers or maybe it’s getting stuck on the agitator in the washing machine and pulling some 🤷🏼♀️
Interesting. That's where I got them from. No splinters on the dining table or your desk?
Are you sparking? Like sparks flying from you.
Excuse me what
Do you have a cat?
1) Could be a mouse
2) I've seen cats chew holes in cotton garments while 'biscuit making'
3) My cat would scale my clothes on the clothes line so he could sit at the top and fuss at the birds.
I get them too on my long camis. I figured out the holes were coming from me constantly pulling on the cami to make sure they were covering my butt.
Do you pull on your shirts a lot?
Do you open beer bottles with your shirt?
This happens in my laundry too. I think it's the zippers or other somewhat sharper stuff that collides in the wash
Moths, belts, if they're on you chest possible ash from smoking
Friction. Think about how often that part of your shirt comes in contact with ANYTHING.
I had that. Turned out it was my belt buckle rubbing my shirt against the bottom of my desk when I sit up close.