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Old 01-03-2018, 07:39 PM   #1
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Dishes?

Who does the dishes in your household. My fiancé hates doing them and so do I. She cooks great food so I just end up doing them. I've actually considered throwing them out and buying new ones rather than washing them. Dishwashers are a joke. My dog does a better job cleaning dishes than the dishwasher.
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Old 01-03-2018, 07:50 PM   #2
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You should invest in paper plates then.

Obviously in my household she does the dishes. And by she I mean the cleaning lady.
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You should invest in paper plates then.

Obviously in my household she does the dishes. And by she I mean the cleaning lady.
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One cooks and the other cleans IMO. Alternatively, go poly and.... boom, problem solved.
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Ppl complain for washing plates?
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She is a SAHM so she pretty much does all the dishes and cooking. That’s just how it ends up going.
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My youngest daughter does dishes...

Oldest daughter washes clothes....

Son takes out trash and mows grass.....

Yet, somehow none of it ever seems to get done. lol
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We share the chores, if I prep and cook, he cleans the big stuff (pots/pants) and vice versa but we all do our own plates/bowls/utensils when we are finished eating....I usually clean as I go, I’ve never been one to have a “sink full of dishes”. I do use paper plates depending on the menu, that also helps.
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Everyone does dishes in my house all the way down to the youngest (6yo).

Bigger meals we get the assembly line going with myself washing, another rinsing/loading dishwasher/, another drying, another putting things away.

Depending on who’s home we have 8-10 eating. We have the cleanup process down to less than 20 minutes. That includes: cleaning stove/surfaces, dishes, and floors. When we have guests or other family members over they are in disbelief in how efficient we are.

Oh yea, EVERYONE does laundry also. The 6yo insists on loading the washer and dryer, but I think he likes to push the buttons and measure things out.

So much different from when I grew up. But my mother was stay at home and values and expectations for women was so much different back then.
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Why do people wash the dishes just to put them in the dish washer?
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Why do people wash the dishes just to put them in the dish washer?
That’s what I say! But such is the case in most households everyone compromises and does what the boss (wife) says. She states everything must be rinsed off before putting it in the dishwasher. Plus she likes the “sterilising”.
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The better she rinses the dishes the less she has to clean the dishwasher.

At least that is what I tell her after she cooks my dinner.
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A dishwasher is more of a dish rinser. Mine can't be bothered to clean a noodle off a plate.
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WTF is wrong with y'alls dish washers, I put dishes with noodles, eggs, burnt rice, etc. in there and they come out fine. I try not to now because the new house is on septic and no garbage disposal but still if it happens there's no problem.
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WTF is wrong with y'alls dish washers, I put dishes with noodles, eggs, burnt rice, etc. in there and they come out fine. I try not to now because the new house is on septic and no garbage disposal but still if it happens there's no problem.
No joke. Modern dishwashers are far more efficient than handwashing in most cases, and they sanitize better as well. I hand wash my cast iron, carbon steel, cutlery and large pots/pans, but everything else goes in the dishwasher.
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