By NehNehPwn - 24/06/2014 15:09 - Canada - Toronto
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For se reason some was cut off. If I left it to get a chair or anything it would pop open and restart the whole cycle (30 min cycles) my mom went in the shower so she couldn't get me anything. Another thing is I was able to sit on the floor to use my phone (thank God). Finally, due to being anaphylactic to milk and eggs, I could not have wash the dishes (my family still eats them) Thanks for commenting and have a nice day everyone!
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Hate to state the obvious, but could'nt you have used a chair with some weight on top of it to keep it closed?
It would've taken a lot less time if one of you had just washed them in the sink.
I hand wash the dishes and I would honestly prefer to lean against a dishwasher for an hour rather than wash them
#62, wow. I'm the exact opposite; I loathe hand washing dishes. I'm not a squeamish person, but for some reason dish washing can make feel physically ill, depending on how much food is stuck to whatever it is I'm trying to wash. I work in food service at an amusement park, and I always choose the smaller higher-maintenance stands over the larger ones just so I won't have to wash dishes at the end of the night. Or at least as little as possible.
Well there is a limit though. An industrial number of dishes is pretty huge and I'd have a problem with them too, but if you're paying me just get out of the way and I'll get it done. I just rinse everything, scrape everything off and then put my headphones on and I get on with it. It's just motor skills and repetitive action that I like. As long as I don't stop or slow down or someone interrupts me, I am in my zone and washing to my heart's content. I absolutely hate it when I have to stop and then come back and the water is cold and all the bubbles have gone and I have to restart.