I think I overdid it a bit with the dishwashing
liquid. Not to mention deciding to go to the
computer "just for a second" while the water
And this photo was taken after I cleaned up the
suds that hung all the way down the cabinet.
😆 So the bottle was full when you started? 😀
Ha! 😆 One would think so! :pActually I used the liquid from the bottle behind that one — the Dawn dishwashing liquid. But it's tough for me to gauge sometimes how much I'm putting in.
😆 :lol::sst: This is why I wash them in bathtub :whistle:
Come to think of it: dish washing agents come in all sorts of happy colours. Why does liquid hand soap only come in one? And why does this one colour have to be the same colour as human sperm. I hate washing my hands in liquid hand soap because it looks like a handful of fresh sperm when it comes out…:yuck:
Sorry for stating the obvious… *There, I did it again. Saying what everybody thinks but keeps for themselves for very good reasons*;)Actually, the hand soap we use is slightly green, mint style. Radioactive sperm…
Thank you for that, Martin…:faint: 😀
Well the only thing I can say is that MY hand soap is gold colored. Not sperm colored. :lol:@ Darko.:lol:Uh, yeah, sure. Where do you keep your toy boats, then? :right:
My handsoap is red, like cherry koolaid.:lol:I've had that little mishap with the soapsuds before, Edward. It's a lot more fun with a toddler hiding among the suds on the floor, though.:lol::heart:
@ Star.:lol: I bet they had a field day, yeah? Luckily, Sasha was in the bedroom. Red, huh? Is that one of those berry scented antibacterial soaps?
Nah, just smells like soap. But it looks like cherry koolaid.:DOne toddler and a mom who thought it would be a lot more fun to play in the suds than it would be to clean it all up.:lol::heart:
I'm referring to me and my son when he was a toddler. A lifetime ago.:heart:
Somehow, I'm not surprised at all. :up::D
Funny how a computer can demand so much attention :pA few weeks ago, my contacts were irritating my eyes so I took them off, placed them in a contact case, and attempted to boil them for a few minutes. This has proved to be helpful in the past. I left the kitchen and hopped on the computer for just a second and before I knew it the smoke detector was blaring. I ran towards the kitchen and the entire apartment was filling up with smoke. I took the pot of the stove and opened the kitchen door to let the smoke out. Really bad move. The smoke quickly filled the hallway and set off the buildig fire alarm. :insane:About 10 minutes later, a couple of firemEn appeared at my door with an ax! How freakin embarrassing.
@ Mags.@ Martin. Wild, crazy stuff! as Johnny Carson used to say. Boy am I glad I don't have to mess around with contacts anymore. It was a total pain in the ass.
@MagsDid the exact same thing with a pair of trainers I left boiling in a pot on the stove. They were really dirty. Back then I played the drums intensively and my trainers would become part of the funk, if you know what I mean. Sometimes when I came back from rehearsing I would boil them for about five minutes. That usually did the trick. Cheaper than going down the laundrette. This day, I forgot all about it, answered a phone call, went to help a friend down the block. When I came back, mayhem had broken loose. No firemen, though. Somebody called them off. But the building alarm was on for some minutes before the janitor stopped it.
Originally posted by edwardpiercy:
Now I am afraid to ask where did you put your contacts? :left: :insane:
OK, I'm thinking soiled underwear. You can't possibly mean that, right, Martin? 😆
My contacts are usually comfortable, Ed. The allergens in the air were making my eyes sticky, or something. They are back to normal now :up:
Originally posted by intothedeep:
Sorry for the misunderstanding, Mags. Those were trainers, like in shoes, you know. Not soiled underwear. I normally dispose of that in a completely responsible, environmently friendly manner.Old socks, however…
@ Darko. Okay, not a pain in the ass. My contacts were a frequent source of mental torture. :)@ Mags.@ Martin. Think I'll skip the underwear discussion! :pUnless of course it involves skimpy orange panties on a natural redhead. I might participate in that one.