Stupid People SUCK!!!!  

TeddyBaral 53M
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6/27/2006 12:07 am

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6/27/2006 3:44 pm

Stupid People SUCK!!!!

About 6 months ago we bought one of those expensive, fancy, front loading washing machines. It works great but cost a small fortune.

Now, doesn't it make sense to take care of it? You would think so eh? Well, my millstone (wife) volunteers for a cat rescue and provides foster care to a number of cats. Besides the fact that they have taken over half of our 2 car garage (about 8 cages) she is also required to wash the towels and blankets that are used in the cages.

One would think that perhaps before you wash them though it would be prudent to shake them out to make sure that any solids such as food and litter are either in the trash or on the grass in the back yard. Simple enough concept, right?

Then why the FUCK have I had to clean out the filter in the washer yet AGAIN!!!??? This is like the 4th time in 6 months and every time it's the same thing. About a cup of assorted cat food and clay litter. And it invariably clogs when I'm trying to do my uniforms which is normally later in the evening (note the time of my post and then take off 2 hours to see what I mean).

Every time I mention it I get "I try" or "It's not easy" or my personal favorite..."I didn't have time".

Holy FUCK Batman!!! It's not rocket science. But some people are just too thick to grasp the simple concept.


CB_2 51F

6/27/2006 1:34 am

Perhaps the answr might be for you to empty the cat trays? Or is that woman's work in your world????

Blogito ergo sum.


TeddyBaral 53M

6/27/2006 5:36 am

    Quoting CB_2:
    Perhaps the answr might be for you to empty the cat trays? Or is that woman's work in your world????
I was waiting for that one. No, it certainly isn't "woman's work" but I'm certainly not driving home during the day to shake out some towels so she can do laundry. Also, she brings them home from the shelter itself to wash and again, I'm not coming home to shake out towels when she does laundry. I don't expect her to check my pockets when I do MY laundry.


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