There is no running water there, nor gyms, nor fast food, nor laundry service.
From getting their gym, tan, laundry on to ensure post-club smushing, the first season set a high bar for Jersey Shore lingo.
So, they gravitated toward two professions: laundry and food.
These are two in a laundry list of troubling connections between the two companies.
No dressing up to go to work, starting at whatever time makes the most sense, changing the laundry over while taking a phone call.
There was a window in it, opposite the laundry window in the old place, and the first thing I did was to take out the sash.
Then she unfolded a scheme by which, with Bart's savings and her own, they could start a laundry.
As soon, then, as you leave the dining-room go to the laundry.
He put his feet on Mason's laundry packages, freshly stacked in the corner.
Monsieur Marescot charged into the laundry demanding to be paid at once.
late 14c., "place for washing;" mid-15c. "act of washing," from Old French lavanderie, from Latin lavandaria, plural of lavandarium "things to be washed," from lavare "to wash" (see lave). As a verb, from 1880. Laundry list in figurative sense is from 1958.
[second sense from the fact that some cadets were washed out, ''failed,'' by such a board]