Cleaning fans are obsessed with photo of clothes pegs arranged in same-colour pairs

A WOMAN has sparked a huge conversation after revealing the very specific way she arranges her clothes pegs before hanging her washing out.

She posted a snap on the We Love Mrs Hinch Facebook group of her pegs in two neat rows – and in same-colour pairs.

In her post, the woman asked: "Does anyone else have to prepare before putting washing on the line? My friends and family think I'm nuts!"

But interestingly, a number of other members of the group revealed that they actually have similar habits.

One person wrote: "No, pegs have to match if not matching washing doesn't go out."

Others said: "I do the same, my husband used to think I was mad… Now he does it," and: "I know, dreadful thing to get hooked on! Each item has a single colour but I have multi-coloured pegs and if I can, I will match the pegs to the item colour! Take me away, please."

The chat also revealed various other quirky ways people hang their washing out to dry.

One response read: "I have to hang mine in order, so it goes from youngest, to my oldest, to mine… And pants and socks all at one end, and socks in pairs."

However, not everyone agreed with the original poster's uniformity.

"I can't use mine in pairs same colour on same clothing sets me on edge," one person said.

Another simply laughed: "I'm sorry but you're mad!"

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