Category Archives: Home Economics


When I was teenager, we didn’t have a dishwasher — well, not besides me and my sister — and it was mostly me. I’m not sure why we didn’t have one, we certainly had all the other major appliances — no one was washing clothes by hand out in the backyard or anything like that. But, come to think… Read More »

In flagrante delicto — brilliant!

You have to hear this, it’s brilliant. Passive-aggressive perhaps, but brilliant nonetheless. Someone I know (a real someone) lives in a place where the laundry facilities are shared. It’s not a big place — think a multi-family house. One of this certain someone’s (CS for short) neighbours had taken to using her laundry soap. Not just sometimes, but… Read More »