“I’d rather be ironing my face than my clothes.”

“Ironing is the worst punishment for a person who hates ironing.”

“Ironing is like laundry’s evil cousin.”

“I don’t want a hot body, I just want a hot iron.”

“Ironing is just like mowing the lawn. It’s never done.”

“I don’t mind ironing so much, it’s just that I don’t have the patience for it.”

“Ironing is the art of applying heat and pressure to fabric until it’s perfect. Or you give up and wear something else.”

“I don’t iron my clothes very often, but when I do, I make sure to charge extra for my modeling services.”

“Ironing is the perfect time to contemplate why one would iron clothes in the first place.”

“Ironing is a great opportunity to practice your meditation skills.”

“Ironing is like playing the accordion. Lots of motion, but not a lot of excitement.”

“I hate ironing so much that I have a designated ‘Ironing Day’ where I procrastinate all day and then have to do it all at once.”

“Ironing is like running a marathon. You’re exhausted at the end and wondering why you even started.” QUOTES FROM ANTHEM BY AYN RAND

“Ironing is like algebra. You know it’s important, but you don’t want to do it.”

“Ironing is like trying to squeeze blood from a stone. Except with a lot more heat and steam.”

“Ironing is like hitting your head against a wall. You know it hurts, but you can’t stop doing it.”

“Ironing is my least favorite household chore, followed closely by everything else.”

“I’m pretty sure the only people who enjoy ironing are sadists and professional shirt folders.”

“Ironing is like watching paint dry, except you’re also sweating your face off.”

“Ironing is like the Olympics of household chores. It takes skill, endurance, and a lot of patience.”

“Ironing is like trying to make toast in the shower. It’s never going to work out.”

“Ironing is like trying to teach a cat to do tricks. You’ll probably fail, but it’s worth a shot.”

“Ironing is like trying to teach an octopus to knit. It’s complicated, and you’ll probably get ink all over your clothes.”

“Ironing is like cooking a gourmet meal. It takes time, effort, and precision, but the end result is worth it.”