Yes, I actually like to iron. I see the man across the street stand out doors with a shirt on a hangar spraying and spraying it with some product that is supposed to make it look ironed. tee hee... I could put the guy out of his misery and offer to simply iron it! My story is over ten years old. I was substitute teaching at the high school and one of the assignments for that teacher was to ask students on their way to the cafeteria to show their pass. Each lunch period 1,000 kids (4 lunch periods) were in the cafeteria. The house principal came over to me and said: Judy did you ask those two boys for a pass? Ach, NO, they were wearing dog collars with spikes. Well Judy, you have to ask that is your job today. OK Mr. Principal I shall try. I peeked down the hall and saw a single boy coming, his shirt was IRONED, his hair combed and I thought to myself OK, I can do this. As he started to pass by I said young man do you have a pass? HE LOOKED AT ME AND SAID~~~ LADY I DON'T KNOW WHO YOU ARE BUT I TEACH HERE !!! I laughed so hard and I mentally made the note if you see me on hall duty go where you want. One other incident at the high school. I was upstairs finding a study hall that holds 100 in a theater type room. A fight was brewing, crowd collecting and no other teacher in sight. I thought ok, I am supposed to do something other than run the other way. The boy with his back to me was literally the size of a refrigerator huge! I tapped his shoulder and said MOVE ON. He turned ready to yell at me and darned if he wasn't a neighborhood kid who spent plenty of time playing with my kids . He looked at me peevishly and said: Oh Hi, Mrs. S and moved on. I do love the high school kids. I no longer sub but I enjoyed them so much more than the elementary ones where "I need a drink" , "me too" , "mee too".