oh boy my evil plan worked!
By NJ Chicaa
October 9, 2017 7:48pm CST
I DESPISE hand-washing dishes. Sorry, but I grew up in a house with a dishwasher and have always lived in ones that had them as well. Our dishwasher has been broken for a few weeks now and a technician wasn't able to show up until this past Saturday. He ordered parts--a heat pump and something else. . . I have no idea. Anyway, I've been hand-washing some of the dishes in the sink each day--enough to cover two dish towels. Then I get bored and decide the dishes need to "air dry" and stop. Needless to say, the dishes have been accumulating to the point where they are now overflowing out of the sink. I just keep ignoring them. I didn't cook tonight so that didn't contribute to the disaster. My husband got home and decided to tackle them. Good for him because I have no interest in dealing with that mess. In SOME homes, when the wife cooks the husband automatically cleans up. In any case, the sink will be empty soon thank Darwin. I truly don't know how people live without a dishwasher. Just the freaking sponge grosses me out.
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• United States
yeah no way. For the most part, I always cook and wind up doing the dishes. He is just doing them tonight, I suspect, because he is tired of looking at them. And because he wants a clean latte mug to make his morning cup of coffee in. I would never live without a dishwasher. They aren't that expensive. We got our first one for $5 at a garage sale.
• Onaway, Michigan
That was nice of your husband. Me and my sisters we're the dishwashers in the house we took turns washing and drying them. Now Iam the dishwasher at home but it is just the 2 of us not many dishes to worry about. Hope your dishwasher is fixed soon