Entries Tagged as 'cleaning'
Eddy shares a house in Providence, Rhode Island with his sister. “We’re both busy with school and work,” Eddy says, “so we take turns cleaning the bathroom.” Well, sort of. “I usually put it off for weeks,” Eddy admits.
Adds Eddy: “By the way, the heart translates loosely to ‘I’ll f’ing kill you.’”
related: The patron(izing) saint of roommates
Tags: bathroom · cleaning · family · Providence · thanks (but not really)
“When my downstairs neighbour first moved in, I thought we would be friends,” says our submitter in Montreal. “We go to the same school, we’re around the same age, and we both love pets. (I have a cat and a dog, she has four cats.)” And yes, she says, “Every day — after 10 a.m., before 8 p.m. — I vacuum my house. She can have fun with all her cat-hair dust bunnies — I’ll stick to my cleaning schedule, thanks!”
Like our submitter in Montreal, I’ll admit that, as the owner of a dog who sheds quite a bit, I also vacuum pretty much every day. So if that makes me a “FILTHY DIRTBAG,” I guess I prefer that to becoming like “Dirty Lady #2.”
related: I’m dirty and I love it
Tags: bold-underlined-caps · cleaning · Montreal · noise
Our anonymous submitter in L.A. says this opus was posted at the kitchen of a production company working on a network television show…where at least two people seem to have too much time on their hands.
related: Dear Desperate for Salad
Tags: cleaning · kitchen · Los Angeles · TL;DR
Tags: cleaning · office
Writes our submitter in Canada: “Of the 12 people living the house, only three do any sort of cleaning or washing up. This was the result of several months of accumulated angst.”
related: I did the dishes. Where’s my cookie?
Tags: Canada · cleaning · dishes · not-so-veiled threats · rebuttals · roommates · runaway run-on sentences · smartass · spelling and grammar police
Heather in California says none of her colleagues will admit to writing this note, four copies of which showed up one day in the “very, very, small breakroom” at her office.
P.S. As of today, the first page of search results for “activities of common courtesy and how to clean-up after finishing my break” includes a Wikipedia List of Breaking Bad characters.
related: This is in the way
Tags: California · cleaning · office · spelling and grammar police · You call that punctuation? · Your mother doesn't...
September 27th, 2012 · 70 Comments
From a house full of roommates in Texas, our submitter calls this “a prime example of ‘dogs have owners, cats have staff.’”
related: Hendrix is the cat
Tags: cats · cleaning · roommates · vomit
“My friend and her roommate did not get along at all in college,” says Bryan in Chicago, “to the point where they were only communicating by notes for the last six months they lived together. This is the last note my friend left before officially moving out.”
related: When frenemies attack!
Tags: cleaning · mean girls · p.s. · roommates
The strategic box placement — in what appears to be a minefield of dog turds — is bad enough. But the really passive-aggressive part? Apparently, the box wasn’t taped shut on the bottom.
related: “I don’t miss them.”
Tags: cleaning · Idaho · moving/not moving · roommates
Co-win-cidentally, these two notes were submitted within minutes of each other. (In my mind, both seem to demand being read with a kindergartner’s lisp.)
Stacey in Alexandria, Virginia spotted this almost-haiku in a high school hallway:
Meanwhile, this (just slightly) f-ed up display comes from an office kitchen in New York City:
related: Colonel Mustard? Meet Major Peteve.
Tags: cleaning · clip art catastrophe · noise · spelling and grammar police