My son brought his laundry home yesterday, the problem is he still lives at home. He's still in High School, but practicing for college life, I guess. From the time my boys could walk they were taught to put their dirty clothes in the hamper. This intensive laundry training program worked on two out of three boys. Boy #2 can't grasp the whole pick up after yourself concept and I blame his father, who has the same problem. I even gave the kid his very own hamper. So I let the dirty clothes lie on his bedroom floor. When I start to hear, "Mom, I don't have any socks." My response is, "Look on your floor." Eventually an overflowing hamper emerges from his bedroom. I don't see the weeks pile of clothing first, I smell it.