"Happiness consists not in having much,
but in being content with little."
-- Marguerite Gardiner, Countess of Blessington
It kind of looks like that here sometimes! I appreciate the "help" and don't want to discourage, but it takes more time to reload that just load. Love it!
That's more than my man do!!!
When I first told my husband that I had had enough and I wanted a divorce, I think he was of the mind that if he started helping out around the house, he might save the marriage. So he asked me how to open the dishwasher. Seriously. We've had a dishwasher since we bought the house in 2001 and almost 9 years later he didn't even know how to open it (he still doesn't know how to turn it on).
Remove everything except the two soup bowls, spatula and the black mug up front and that's what my man thinks a loaded dishwasher looks like:)I think he half asses it so I won't ask him again.
As a man, I should be really offended. But since I pre-wash every dish and make sure that my spoons aren't touching each other, I can only laugh at this.Too funny!Your Friend, m.
LOL! He has WAY to much faith in what the machine can do... When my son loaded the dishwasher once, he stacked all the plates together and laid them upside down inside. At least they were upside town... Don't know HOW he thought the machine worked. Little elves?!
Okay, in Shane's defense, he loads the dishwasher just fine and after supper, he either loads it while I'm putting the leftovers away and wiping the table, or vice versa.This was the day I made ravioli and he was painting Kat's room. He needed the kitchen sink to wash out the brushes and roller, but it was full of my mess, so he just quickly stuffed it all in the dishwasher to get it out of the way. I forgot about it until I opened it later and got a laugh out of it.
That looks about right! Den is really good about loading the dishwasher but DJ......
"I think he half asses it so I won't ask him again." .....ditto!
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