TUMBLE DRY LOW TO AVOID SHRINKING
AND OTHER MILDLY INFORMATIVE RAMBLINGS
BY A LONDON BORN ROMAN NEW YORKER... AND YOU THOUGHT YOU WERE CONFUSED.
If you go to a cafe in Italy and it’s the main man in the cafe, people treat him with respect. That’s what he does, that’s his job. He runs the cafe, he’s the main waiter at the cafe. He’s good with people, he manages the cafe well but here it’s like ‘oh, you work in a caff. Oh, you make clothes’. In other countries making isn’t deemed to be a crap job. Here we’ve lost that, we don’t respect that enough. That’s why they struggle to find people to work in factories, because it’s not a glamourous thing to do, not even a glamourous thing to do, it’s not seen as a decent thing to do, it’s a bit embarrassing to do. And that’s a real shame. I think that’s a big problem.