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Old 02-23-2008, 06:42 PM   #421
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dishwashers actually often use less water than filling a sink and handrinshing as the water is circulated aroud.



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Really? I only use one small sink's worth of water to get through about two days' worth of dishes. I don't use many dishes anyway. When I had a dishwasher in Brisbane, I'd find I only needed to put it on every third day, and even then only for a half load! (That was when my flatmate was away, in any case.) Now that felt like a waste of water.
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Oh, no, no. Doing dishes is fun compared to vacuuming. Or ironing. Holy shit, I hate those. Even more than cleaning the bathroom.

Doing the dishes or hanging up the washing is positively easy in comparison. And hey, guys, I JUST PUT ON A LOAD OF WASHING.
you iron? and hang wash? wtf, do you live in the 1800s?
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Oh, no, no. Doing dishes is fun compared to vacuuming. Or ironing. Holy shit, I hate those. Even more than cleaning the bathroom.

Doing the dishes or hanging up the washing is positively easy in comparison. And hey, guys, I JUST PUT ON A LOAD OF WASHING.
Vacuuming and doing the dishes is OK, as is doing the washing. Vacuuming and dishes are great with music involved too.

Ironing shits me, mainly because i can't do it right.
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That, and half the crap I posted to myself from overseas is still lying in piles on the floor of my room. All I really need to do is pick it up and put it in the storage box I got for all my holiday-related junk...

*laaaaazy*
You at least have a storage box. I'm wondering where the fuck I'm meant to put some of my stuff, like random tram paraphernalia.
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you iron? and hang wash? wtf, do you live in the 1800s?

yes and he rides around on steam trains and trams
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you iron? and hang wash? wtf, do you live in the 1800s?
The only things that should go through a clothes dryer are towels.
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you iron? and hang wash? wtf, do you live in the 1800s?
Of course I iron. I'm not going outside with creased clothes.

And you tell me how else I'm meant to get my clothes dry. They're not just going to drip dry in the washing machine. So I put them over a clothes horse in the kitchen because I don't trust using a communal clothes line.
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At the very least i need to change my bed. I pulled the sheet out from the bottom of the bed while i was sleeping a few days ago and the fitted sheet is starting to come off because i only turn clockwise in bed and drag a lot of the sheet with me.

To do that though, i need to clean up the floor so i don't break anything important.
Only turning clockwise... for some reason I find that amusing.
I consciously turn both ways, when I am conscious, just to avoid sheet-bunching. *dork*

I have just enough clear floor space to hop over piles between the door and the bed... I had to shove the pile of clothes that I can't remember whether they're clean or not, into a smaller pile last night when I wanted to practice bass.
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yes and he rides around on steam trains and trams
I WISH I RODE AROUND ON STEAM TRAINS.

I've been on ONE steam train in the last few years.

I need to rectify this by volunteering at Puffing Billy or something. Wait, that'd mean having a life outside of postwhoring. Forget that then. I'm a man dedicated to my craft!
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You at least have a storage box. I'm wondering where the fuck I'm meant to put some of my stuff, like random tram paraphernalia.
I can only open one wardrobe door and have to reach across to get to most of my clothes, or else i'm going to get caught in an avalanche of hoarded shit.
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I'm inclined to agree... but it is free, and involves meeting up with someone I haven't seen in... um... six years or so? Might be interesting.
Oh, well, in that case, I'd probably go too.

Then again, the title is really bad.
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I can only open one wardrobe door and have to reach across to get to most of my clothes, or else i'm going to get caught in an avalanche of hoarded shit.

hoarded u2 shit .... all over the place, must finnish scrap books.....
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Only turning clockwise... for some reason I find that amusing.
I consciously turn both ways, when I am conscious, just to avoid sheet-bunching. *dork*
I try to do that, but i stop thinking and turn anyway.

It's nuts. I've done it for years and can't stop.
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At the very least i need to change my bed. I pulled the sheet out from the bottom of the bed while i was sleeping a few days ago and the fitted sheet is starting to come off because i only turn clockwise in bed and drag a lot of the sheet with me.

To do that though, i need to clean up the floor so i don't break anything important.


I must be a very active sleeper because when I wake up, my bed usually looks like a tornado hit it in the night. I used to be worse, though. When I was about 16, I woke up because I couldn't breathe and was cold - I had turned a full 180 degrees and my sheet was wrapped tightly around my head and upper body. I thought I'd been kidnapped for a second.

This, of course, was back when I lived in Queensland and you really only needed a sheet and nothing else except for three days in the season of Slightly Cooler Than Summer.
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hoarded u2 shit .... all over the place, must finnish scrap books.....

It isn't U2 shit though, it's old shoes, school books from 4 years ago, a bottle of cheap champagne that's seen better days, football merchandise and other crap.
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Keep up, KHAN.
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Vacuuming and doing the dishes is OK, as is doing the washing. Vacuuming and dishes are great with music involved too.

Ironing shits me, mainly because i can't do it right.
How the fuck do you vacuum to music? You can't hear a damn thing!

I can sort of - only sort of - get ironing right, but it takes fucking forever. So I tend to only do it during the cricket, usually around the 20-35 over mark when it gets a little slow.
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Oh, no, no. Doing dishes is fun compared to vacuuming. Or ironing. Holy shit, I hate those. Even more than cleaning the bathroom.

Doing the dishes or hanging up the washing is positively easy in comparison. And hey, guys, I JUST PUT ON A LOAD OF WASHING.


I don't buy clothes that need ironing. I love working somewhere I can get away with wearing jeans and t-shirts every day. Only good thing about outsourcing companies!

I hate dishes more than I hate vacuuming.
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Of course I iron. I'm not going outside with creased clothes.

And you tell me how else I'm meant to get my clothes dry. They're not just going to drip dry in the washing machine. So I put them over a clothes horse in the kitchen because I don't trust using a communal clothes line.
none of my clothes require ironing

i use a dryer myself.

ugh, i wish i had some lemon here. i'm thirsty but i don't want water, and soda's nasty.
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