zedsunn

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zedsunn

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4 days ago

it's called a stress ball bc watching this gives me stress

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7 days ago

Because the soap ??? Will dry onto the dish ???? try putting soap on your hands and letting it air dry. if you wet your hand later it will get slippery again, the soap is still there. If you dry with a towel, then you're wasting time by adding an unnecessary extra step- clean your dishes right and they can air dry. Not to mention, then you're drying dishes with a dirty towel, so the problem is still there.

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7 days ago

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7 days ago

OHH HOTTEST TAKE I hadn't even considered that they're probably set sinks lmao

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7 days ago

interesting! cheapest ones here are at least a couple hundred dollars. In any case I would have no way to transport one and certainly don't have room in my kitchen. not that we produce so many dishes anyway.

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7 days ago

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7 days ago

maybe you should listen to her

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7 days ago

Are you American perchance?? Its more of a middle to upper middle class thing here. I'm a poor student so none for me.

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  1. Soap doesn't make the oil/mess disappear, just loosens it from the surface. The soap residue has dissolved grease still in it.
  2. Soap is bitter, slippery, and inedible. Also just generally something I don't want in my body.
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In Australia we had a really aggressive water saving campaign during the decade long millenium drought. Grew up being taught to use graywater and have short showers. Don't know a single person that would run water when brushing their teeth. I'll only run a little water, and just while I'm rinsing. Figure I use less than a sink full to wash a dinner's worth of dishes.

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7 days ago

I suspected there might be a cultural component to it since I've only seen white people in movies do the sink method, and all my Asian family do it my way. From the comments, does seem like the sink method is most popular in western countries like the UK and Europe. Ethnic context is obviously relevant to the question, so I included it. We're both Australian, but bf is mixed white, and im middle eastern so that's how I said it.

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7 days ago

legends only

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7 days ago

We're middle eastern. It's not. If you only use water for the rinse, you barely use a sink full overall. much more conservative. Only thing I can understand is if you don't have a mixer tap like a lot of old houses.

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7 days ago

yes !! exactly this. not sure where the idea that soap will clean without scrubbing comes from. And if you only use running water to rinse at the end, you barely will use a sink full overall.

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we'll run away together and only ever eat off our own dishes out of paranoia

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Realising it's not a white people thing just a nastiness thing..... at least I know who's houses not to eat at now

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I'm gonna marry your wife.

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work in food service funnily enough! We've got one of those big extra hot dishwashers that sanitizes (machine not a big attractive person) but I hate to think of what came before

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7 days ago

Let's leave our boys and marry eachother instead.

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7 days ago

Anyone who rinses is a clean homie in my book, I'd eat at your house.

My boyfriend though. We'll see.

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8 days ago

this makes sense to me, other than using a little extra water. i was grossed out by drying pre-rinsed, still sudsy dishes

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i am only using running water during the rinse, so i suppose closer to the same amount, I see the point of the soak though!

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i suppose it's a cultural thing then, but surely we aren't using more water than two full sinks right???

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9 days ago

baghali polo !!! or.......albaloo polo 😍

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1 month ago

this isn't trashy it's a revolting inhuman crime

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1 month ago

Because it's a racially motivated crime?? The fact that the kid is black is a major, relevant part of the story, important enough to be front and centre

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