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    Yeah, you'd think so, but you should see the piles of dirty dishes that never get dealt with!

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    Somehow, that makes it hotter.

    Don't ask why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juice View Post
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    Ack! *beats @Juice off with a wiffle bat* <--- wait, that sounds horribly dirty, I don't know how else to phrase it!

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    Moreso than any romantic "click", I think there are a lot of women I'm friends with here whom I'd love to hang out with regularly. Prob a lot that I'm not nec friends with as well. That is an unusual thing for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Yeah, you'd think so, but you should see the piles of dirty dishes that never get dealt with!
    OT, bear with me.

    Seriously, get a dishwasher. You can probably find one on Craig's List or some place like that second hand for next to nothing. Installing it doesn't require a penis, either, just some thought.
    Be sure not to forget to put in the the safety container thingy underneath the dishwasher when you put it into the space in the cupboard. You seriously don't want it malfunctioning without the safety container thingy, or you'll probably get water damage and mold.
    Damn, I sounded like such an ISTJ right now

    The dishwasher solved some serious P-problems i've had with washing dishes. I just DON'T feel like washing stuff by hand when i've had a meal >.<

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    OT, bear with me.

    Seriously, get a dishwasher. You can probably find one on Craig's List or some place like that second hand for next to nothing. Installing it doesn't require a penis, either, just some thought.
    Be sure not to forget to put in the the safety container thingy underneath the dishwasher when you put it into the space in the cupboard. You seriously don't want it malfunctioning without the safety container thingy, or you'll probably get water damage and mold.
    Damn, I sounded like such an ISTJ right now

    The dishwasher solved some serious P-problems i've had with washing dishes. I just DON'T feel like washing stuff by hand when i've had a meal >.<
    Heh. I do appreciate the advice- I actually have a dishwasher. I stay on top of it most of the time (not literally, y'all are such perverts!) but things do still pile up now and then. Mostly I was just volleying back the banter that was sent my way.

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    WAY TO RUIN MY MENTAL PICTURE.

    NO FUN ALLOWED.

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    Yeah, I sort of imagined for a moment Ivy sitting on a dishwasher giggling naughtily.

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    I haven't lingered typeC in a while and have only recently come back, but.... Hmm... I've always found something very attractive about Nicodemus, Zarathustra, and Wolfy's online personlities. Can't think of anyone else off the top of my head.
    "I don't know a perfect person.
    I only know flawed people who are still worth loving."
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    I stay on top of it most of the time (not literally, y'all are such perverts!)
    In my experience, on top of the dryer is even better... *good vibrations*

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