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    Default The nature of your dishwasher

    Walk over to your dishwasher. Look at it. Look at the buttons, the door latch. Ask yourself, "Do I trust my dishwasher?"
    Does it clean things as well as you think it does?



    For those of you without this particular appliance: Rejoice!

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    Rejoicing! I like washing dishes

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    I should rejoice as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    I like washing dishes
    I wash them by hand, then dishwash them, then end up washing them by hand again because I am not satisfied with the way they come out of the dishwasher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamp View Post
    I wash them by hand, then dishwash them, then end up washing them by hand again because I am not satisfied with the way they come out of the dishwasher.
    Well, you see then. Useless piece of electricity wasting appliance If you want things to be done properly, you must use some elbow grease!

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    dishwasher is a waste of water and electricity... I don't use them at all. It just sits there.
    My stuff (design & other junk) lives here: http://nnbox.ca

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    I definitely don't trust the one I work with

    Every time I walk back there he says "Hey, mudder fucker! Move it!"
    "You will always be fond of me. I represent to you all the sins you never had the courage to commit."

    Reason is, and ought only to be the slave of the passions, and can never pretend to any other office
    than to serve and obey them. - David Hume

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    I don't use them at all. It just sits there.
    From inactivity, it may be more likely to leak when it is finally used. Imagine the horror: you neglect the dishes, and eventually your roomate does them and decides to use the dishwasher . . . which leaks.

    I confess that the only real reason I use the appliance is because I fear it will be more likely to leak if I stop using it.

    The only solution is to destroy the dishwasher.

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    I rejoice in my dishwater, except that it has a bias against tall glasses. There is always scummy stuff left on them. Everything else is perfect, however.
    I think it's a kind of sadistic intolerance. =[

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamp View Post
    From inactivity, it may be more likely to leak when it is finally used. Imagine the horror: you neglect the dishes, and eventually your roomate does them and decides to use the dishwasher . . . which leaks.
    Since it's never used... it wouldn't be my problem when somebody did decide to one day use it.

    I confess that the only real reason I use the appliance is because I fear it will be more likely to leak if I stop using it.
    This is the reason why I flick on the garberator once in a while. But that's only because it's there at the sink and the sink gets heavy usage. As to the dishwasher? Let it rot!

    The only solution is to destroy the dishwasher.
    Nah, can't do that... It's considered as an "essential" appliance. I need it when the house is sold. If I destroy it, then I'll need to buy a new one. No way I'm doing that. Besides, what am I going to do with that hole underneath the counter?
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