I will eat slices of ham and cheese directly out of the refrigerator for lunch. Don’t think I haven’t thought this through!
Oh, ugh. I have had roommates that just wouldn’t do the dishes. One Friday night, I washed literally EVERY dish we owned. The very next morning, every single dish, cup, bowl, fork, spoon, knife, EVERYTHING was dirty again, and I had used none. I decided I wasn’t doing the dishes again; I would wait, and just eat out.
A week went by, no one had done the dishes. Worse, those same roommates, instead of washing even a single dish, would go through the stack to find the least dirty and just use it as is.
I was so grossed out that I washed all the dishes again, and this time hid two of each item in my room for my own personal use.
Not sure I agree with the wording of the caption. I’m thinking more like: Yeah-it’s-my-turn-to-do-the-dishes-So-what?: Expert Level. Just cuz; if it’s not his turn, why go through all the trouble of avoiding non-disposable dishes. Anyhoo, made me SQTM.
The caption sounds to me as if he knows it’s his turn to do the dishes, but is denying it / trying to get someone else to do them instead.
I like that he’s eating it with a serving spoon.
I mean, it’s a big bowl of cereal so it must call for… a big spoon.
Because all the regular spoons are dirty!
Forget the big spoon, I’d try and see how much cereal I could suck through the open end of the jug handle.
Taurin, I think the implication is that whoever’s turn it IS to do dishes, hasn’t. So he had to get creative about how to eat without proper dishes or give in and do someone else’s job.
Oh, guess I was wrong : )
I do this all the time! On an unrelated note, I live alone…
NAME — Get a Gravatar