Last night I saw Brilliand unceremoniously shove all his laundry from the dryer into a basket. And that got me wondering whether laundry was type-related. I'll start by giving the examples of my family.
IEE: Gradually fills the washing machine, then eventually runs it, then puts the clothes in the dryer. I believe he gradually removes them from there, too.
SLI: Brings a load of dirty clothes to the laundry room, drops them on the floor, then puts them in one at a time while checking pockets and stains. Runs the washing machine and dryer in good time, then takes the clothes out of the dryer, folds them, and stacks them anyplace that seems convenient at the time to be put away later.
LII: Brings a basket of dirty laundry to the laundry room, moves the laundry to the washing machine, runs it, forgets about it for a while, comes back, moves it to the dryer, runs it, forgets about it for a long while, comes back, shoves the clothes into the same basket.
LSE: Separates clothes in hamper according to regular or gentle cycle, straightening the clothes out at the same time, puts one pile back in the hamper, carries the other pile to the washing machine, drops it in, comes back after a reasonable time to find the machine got stuck 1/4 of the way through, beats it up until it runs again, leaves, comes back, moves the laundry to the dryer, leaves, comes back, leaves, comes back with basket, begins to roll clothes into tubes to place in basket, finds they're still damp, runs the machine longer, leaves, comes back, finishes filling the basket with tubes, brings it to her room, empties it before she does another load.