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after you wash up
like, i am really good at washing up, used to be county champion. but there's something about bothering to dry things and put them away that is pretty good
+ how busy their lives are, obviously.
i'm happy for nature to take its course on this one. a few clean (but wet) pots being on the side isn't something that gets me upset, and i've usually got more important things to be getting on with, tbh.
just put it on the draining board/rack/side/whatever you call it, leave it to dry naturally then put it away the next day.
that was the exact situation i found myself in this weekend. the kitchen FORCED me to dry things
need to get yourself a double-decker draining board.
if your current job means you can't afford such luxuries, just adopt this system - wash cutlery, cups, glasses, bowls and plates, leave them to dry naturally, then fill big pots and pans with soapy water and let them soak for a day. when the small stuff's dry, put away, rinse the bigger stuff, leave to dry.
simple rotation, playa. i mastered this system before big school.
depends whether you hang around with courteous people or not, i guess.
had you down as more of an independent man, though, i must say.
it's the way of the world, chief.
sounds like you need a bit more life experience.
for a start, you're too old to be living in a houseshare.
can't believe you're treating your guests better though. proper had you down as a good host
it's sort of broke
But absolutely if I wash by hand. Any everything has specific places.
dish dryers should be too.
we have clothes washers and clothes driers right?
everything in there becomes harder. your mugs get harder when they get dishwashed