Me: There are clothes hanging in the basement that you have not brought up.
Primo: I brought up the rest of the laundry yesterday.
Me: I can't find my black zip-front athletic jacket.
Primo: I brought it up.
Me: Oh. Here it is. It's with the t-shirts.
Me: But that's not where it goes. It goes with athletic clothes.
Primo: Your closet is organized by color.
Me: By color within a category. Look - dresses, skirts, shirts, and athletic tops.
Primo: That's too much to remember.
Me: What? You were Phi Beta Kappa!
Primo: I can't be expected to remember all of that. I never expected you to remember where my shirts go when you were in charge of laundry.
Me: Short sleeve vs long sleeve.
Primo: No. It's a lot more than that.
Me: OK. It looks like you also have stripes and solids separated from patterns.
Primo: NO! There is also "not worn yet" and "worn once or a few times."
Primo: So I can know when to wash them.
Me: That is a binary status. Either something is clean enough to wear or it's not.
Primo: There are degrees. I have to keep track.
Me: If you can't know if something needs to be washed based on smelling it, you are not doing it right.
Primo: You are wrong.
Me: You are.