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Tuesday evening

Welp no gaming tonight (no one showed - again), but we had a fine time watching Deep Space Nine and Queer Eye and Myke made faboo chicken soft tacos for dinner. Daniel's been snappish, snipey and weirdly odd (or oddly weird) tonight. As if I were the only one to leave dirty dishes in the kitchen...

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jkusters
May. 5th, 2004 10:08 am (UTC)
See, the problem is that the "taking turns at doing dishes" works quite well for the approach that waits for the counters to fill up, but doesn't work at all well for the approach that keeps the kitchen continually clean. I prefer the continually clean approach, but am willing to tolerate (to an extent) the other approach. As I become more and more a homeowner, I am working to improve the way in which I handle things like housework. I'm done with the whole bachelor/student thing, and would like to live in a much cleaner abode.

I do see that there is a conflict. But I haven't done anything about it yet in the desire to keep a certain amount of accord within the house. But just because I don't complain about something doesn't mean I'm not frustrated or annoyed by it. Generally, I've just assumed that at some date in the future, you'd find a place of your own and I would have more control over things like housework. Therefore, I don't see a reason to bitch about it now. (And this is NOT a hint for you to move out soon. You're welcome to stay around as long as it takes for you to get completely sick of dealing with us. :-) The only reason we're even discussing this is because of the "high volume" discussions that happened last night.

JOhn.
esprix
May. 5th, 2004 10:23 am (UTC)
Time to get a "dishes are clean/dishes are dirty" magnet for the dishwasher.

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