Okay, I know I'm not the only person on earth who doesn't immediately toss something in the wash after they wear it once. I have a pile, and that pile is on a chair, and it is full of clothes I've worn once but could wear again because they're just not that dirty. Now Jack has moved in - so we have TWO piles. It's getting a little crazy and cluttery and annoying... see the thinking goes, you can wear something twice, but not on consecutive days, because there are people out there who will probably think you're a dirty pig if you wear things more than once, and most of us who dual and even triple wear things (let's not talk about how frequently you can wear jeans, i'm sure there are varying standards on that one) don't want to be prejudged.
So the question is, for you dual and triple wearers out there, how do you manage the backlog? In my house, you CANNOT hang things back in the closet because something that's been worn cannot touch something that has not. So I have a chair pile, and it looks messy and eliminates the use of that chair basically indefinately. There's probably no good solution for me, being in cramped quarters, but I'm curious if someone else has a system or an innovation.
Or maybe you will now all think I'm a disgusting pig.