Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Know what this is?
This is what I found in the drain board from last night's supper dishes.
Apparently, in my son's world (the one without the broken hand), in his world, this is
what passes for a clean pan. YUCK!!!
Gotta love 'em.
Have a good night.


Melissa said...

It's not his fault. I was always told that the person who dries is supposed to double check for the washer.....:)

Shannon said...

Oh, bless him... at least he tried. My kids would use the "I can't, my hand is broken!" excuse for every chore, LOL!

Less than a month away from EE! Woohoo! :)

Anonymous said...

at least he tried! x

Wendy McDonagh-Valentine said...

LOL!! Funny you should post this . . . just yesterday, in front of my father in law who came to visit, my seven year old announced that there was a dirty fork put back in the silverware drawer and proceeded to show it to my FIL. Of course, I blamed it on my husband who was the one that emptied the dishwasher and didn't check the silverware before he put it away. : )

Your blog is WONDERFUL and I look forward to reading all of your past posts. Thanks so much for visiting and leaving a comment on mine!! I hope your son is better soon. Your description of how he did it made me cringe. :(

~ Wendy

jennykate77 said...

Funny...that's my husband's definition of clean too. Maybe it's in there genes? :P

Brandy said...

I always have to double check the dishes when the teen puts them away. He thinks they are clean if they come out of the dishwasher but that's not always true.

Oh well, at least he tried!