Author Topic: Being in the house in the daytime when the sun is highlighting things to clean  (Read 598 times)

Dewt

  • The Fun House Grand Prix
Cat haiirrr everywhereeee
Splotch on bamboo floor
Dusty things
Counters need wiping but you can't buy wipesss

I hatteee youuu the sunnshineeeeee

Dewt

  • The Fun House Grand Prix
Sometimes a particularly strong ray of sunshine will show me that the air I breathe is a cat hair suspension. I've ordered a range of different cat brushes just to figure out which one works best for removing all the loose hair before it can get into my oxygen supply

People use sticky rollers to get the hairs off stuff, maybe you should hang up some fly paper.

i guess thats why they call it spring cleaning

Dewt

  • The Fun House Grand Prix
All you've done is draw attention to the possibility that I might have untidy springs about the place

Thanks you Rosie and Jim FUCK

Blue Jam

  • From the mind of Ricky Gervais
I tell you what, I've found exercising at home has been a great way to remind me to do the hoovering more often. Doing press-ups really makes you aware of just how full of crumbs and disgusting the carpet is.

Blue Jam

  • From the mind of Ricky Gervais
Cat haiirrr everywhereeee
Splotch on bamboo floor
Dusty things
Counters need wiping but you can't buy wipesss

Grandmaster Flash considers rewrite

Dewt

  • The Fun House Grand Prix
Brilliant

Fr.Bigley

  • Shall I boil this kettle dry?
People use sticky rollers to get the hairs off stuff, maybe you should hang up some fly paper.

I want to put fly paper all over the ceiling of a school for the sightless and watch the madness unravel as fast as the fly paper.

Blue Jam

  • From the mind of Ricky Gervais
I made flatbread today. Flatbread flavoured with za'atar and topped with sesame seeds. It was very nice but sesame seeds get everyfuckingwhere. I'll probably be finding them for weeks. Unless the mice find them all first.

Mice are little wankers.

BlodwynPig

  • The Last Living Member of COVID-20
the thing is...

...he doesn't even own a cat

buttgammon

  • How thick is wall?
We have a white floor in the living room, so stuff shows instantly. I've been cleaning my bedroom and was shocked by how much dirt was on the floor under the bed - when I swept it up into thick piles it actually smelled like dirt from outside rather than the dusty crap you normally get indoors.

the thing is...

...he doesn't even own a cat

No...the cat owns him!

It's the cum shots on the marble columns that really glisten.

Brundle-Fly

  • *Jooolie Andreeeews!! Thhhrrrrp!!!!*
Living in the heart of London in a really polluted postcode, what I find really disconcerting is the thin layer of soot that builds up on any surface a matter of days after a spring-clean. My lungs must be like two Hoover bags after a quick vacuum around Blue Tulip Rose Read's flat.

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