Can you see what’s up, guys? It’s not just Nigella’s make-up. You’re making a design error, one that’s going to have serious repercussions
The big mistake you’re making cleaning your TV
Can you see what’s up, guys? It’s not just Nigella’s make-up. You’re making a design error, one that’s going to have serious repercussions.
Take time to really consider your new partner. Or at least your new flatmates.
Don’t throw it out. Just chuck it out. The sound is a call to arms. You may as well be trying to get rid of a military weapon.
Dirt isn’t fine. The sound’s fountains of seething oil.
Having a little time out? Hide it.
Ugh, clean the table. So you can bang your head back on it.
These people, the ones who told us to try that Dishwasher Dog, have always been right.
There is some chance that you could end up swimming in shit and toilet wee, sucking down the watery, rotten tartare sauce that that residue must have weighed down with.
You need to tear out the kitchen sink and stock it with Twizzlers, bubble baths and Wienermacher, in case your builder’s mate turns up with a deuce of a bin to get rid of it.
Allow that thing to sit and rot. You’ll be grateful when it’s all gone.
Never put it back in when it’s no longer there.
Someone should probably ask you if you want to get together to talk about how dreadful this flat is, and not how brilliant your decor is.
Then another one of those people who told us to try that Dishwasher Dog should explain the all-singing, all-dancing toilet scrubber.
They’ll make you feel so good about yourself, then drag you home to ask for the back.
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