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How Not To Roll Up Volleyball Lines

Every year, my family gets together at my brother’s house in Utah. We go there because he has 6 young kids and they don’t travel cheaply. One thing I notice each time we’re together is that kids are messy. They “try” to clean up their Pokemon and Legos, but that’s like asking the person who borrowed your volleyball lines to roll them up in an orderly manner.

“Wait, what?” You’re confused? Well, have a gander at the bungling entanglement of polyester/nylon in the picture above. I just discovered this set of overlapped, creased, and tangled lines that were on-loan to a person whose name I will keep secret so I can blackmail him/her.

Volleyball Lines, Creased

Creases! This is what happens when you don't fold lines up properly.

I don’t really know how they got to be this way. I mean, if you’re going to do this, I assume it’s not entirely on purpose or a mean joke. But still, there seems to be some intentional method to the madness. I would have been much happier if they were returned in a heaping pile rather than spun tightly around a spool and left to bask as a cobweb for months. Do you have no comprehension of what is going to happen to them?? They are going to be creased like crazy! Unusable! They will not lay flat whatsoever! Are you insane??

So I spent the last 15 minutes unraveling them and spooling them up the right way, which is to wind up tightly and FLAT. Okay. I feel better now.

  • Topic: More KG
  • By Dan Madden
  • June 29th, 2010



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