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Amazing genuis... Or ridiculously petty?
Annotated photo's every day apparently. Link available soon...
Or only eat cup o soup? Or eat straight from the pan, sans plate?
What is the significance of the lack of washing up?
I meant, his lack of contribution to actually doing his own washing up. Being a lazy dick basically.
I was trying to make the headline as snappy and eye catching as possible, but sacrificed the facts in doing so... BAD JOURNALISM.
I'm sure I've used washing up as a verb before.
For the last two weeks of UNi by brother and his housemates all used paper plates and knifes and forks as they could no longer be arsed with the washing-up.
It's only Day 1 though. He plans to itemise everything in the sink and surrounding area! This could be an exciting week
this is making me happy
I'll be checking back.
before you realise that everything is fine... for now.
And the 'culprit' housemate isn't even currently in!
It's a terrible dilemma... I really want to tell all my friend about it - as it is AMAZE... but we have many mutual friends, and word will get back to him.
The paper trail, think of the paper trail...
other wise I'm going to whoop his ass*
leave a slightly barbed comment.
He has indeed tidied up his wholemeal (so much more crumblier) breadcrumbs.
No hypocrisy in this blog, thank you!
Monday morning I've ever had.
Next Monday: The washing machine blog
who do things like that?
This is one of the sadder things I've heard of someone doing TBH.
lighten up, it seems pretty tongue in cheek and humorous
I thought one housemate was taking evidence of another housemate's sloth and filth.
Give it time.
All the washing up was done last night, spotless, as we had a visit, so starting from a clean slate!
But as the weeks roll on, expect cutlery mountain. Of course, this could all backfire, and he may just do his own washing up...
He seems to be saying someone else is at fault and he's not to blame.
Regardless, all will make sense. It will become clear after weeks through documentary photographic evidence and text where the blame will lie. And as we know Blogs never lie.
The 'he' did NOT refer to the blog owner, my bad. 'he' referred to the slack washing-up housemate.
Anywhat, read every day, you'll laugh, you'll cry, it will be a life-changing experience!
this is a much better idea
eventually turn into! It's just that by starting from a clean slate, it gives everyone a fair start.
For example, if the blog had been started by taking a photo of all the dirty washing-up, it's not clear who's is who's to the outsider... and claims of 'that's YOUR dirty plate, not MINE!!' could be made by other housemate potentially.
This is definitive proof!!
and sink you posh bastard.
This is brilliant.
I ask due to the nature of the updates...
I love that blog. More than just bookmarked now, I've added it to my RSS Reader.
I've left a comment to the effect that I am unhappy with the sub-editing.
I'm just glad I'm here to witness it.
It is like a soap opera. Who will crack first? What twists await?
Housemate is at work currently (not blog owner), so news is slow today.
this has been annoying me slightly
There have been 5 updates so far today.
This person is a student right?
but, sometimes the documentation of tea making has been included. Plus, with three people living here, often eating at different times, it leads to multiple updates after each meal...
How could anyone not want MORE of this Triple A entertainment?
they both decided to have potatoes, but came to the decision 10 mins apart. Poor planning, I know.
Actually, I just quizzed him about this, and stated "I don't want to interfere with his bullshit cooking". So there.
Most studenty kinda households I've known have managed to cover at least an entire surface of their kitchen, (err, + an entire kitchen table in one house I lived in...) at one time or another. I mean, if he's just leaving one spoon its because its more economical to do lots of stuff at once, right? In my house we leave cutlery and stuff on the side until there's proper washing up to do, and I live with my mum!!!!
Or do you only have very limited cutlery???
but for long-winded reasons, all the washing-up had to be done for Monday.
Housemate who started the blog ended up doing most of it (even though it wasn't his) - hence starting the blog in an attempt to capture 'messy' housemate and his slack washing-up ways.
So right now it may seem like small fry, it's a 'slow burner' as it's been described elsewhere...