Lint rollers, not enough people are using them. Hey crazy cat lady down the street who owns fifty million cats—and you can smell her walking from a block away—I am not talking about you; you are already a lost cause. But for all of you other normal folks out there who own cats or dogs, or both, if you are not using a lint roller on a daily basis before you go out and about, in my opinion you are creating a fashion faux paw and no-no that should be veered away from and greatly avoided. I am a guilty party in this matter myself, and I am not apt to admit it. I am actually glad to admit it, as we lint rollers anonymous members really need to spread the good word.
That good word being: There is a twelve step lint roller program in your area that can teach you the morals of proper fashion care on your clothing before you go out and spread fur and dander all over the place. On a bit of a serious note, here is some food for thought from my own experiences. I have a very large husky mixed breed dog. Needless to say, he is the furriest creature I have ever loved. There is fur everywhere and anywhere. I do groom him, at least once per day. But it doesn’t matter, because the fur gets all over the place.
Before I ever go out on the town, aside from making sure that I am dressed up all nice, that my hair is flat ironed and sexy looking, and that I look presentable, guess what? I use that darned lint roller like it is going out of style. Even lighter colored clothing can still bear the markings of fur that statically will cling to it. So keep that in mind, you pet owning guys and gals who are out there. Fur is cool as a jacket, or a liner on a coat (sorry your radical activists who are anti-fur: I love it, so deal with it!). But fur is not fashionably acceptable when it’s literally all over the place.
Seeing as most people own cats and dogs these days, lint rollers should be like your spare keychain. Don’t leave home without using one. And, put that damn duct tape away! They make these cool lint rollers now that will save you hordes of time when you are getting all dolled up.