I hate housework, absolutely hate it. Holding world-championship medals for both indolence and procrastination doesn’t help to get domestic chores done either. What’s more, even if I were a raving male chauvinist, which I’m not, because I’m single I still wouldn’t have a wife or live-in girlfriend to try to slough them off to. Besides, […]
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What the hell is happening to the human species? Is it my imagination or are we wracked with more ailments today than in the past? The modern variety of Homo sapiens (our species) evolved onto the scene tens of thousands of years ago, but HIV/AIDS crossed over from our simian cousins to our species within […]
If you’re a regular reader of the words that appear in this space you already know that I’m a slob. That’s not something I brag about. It’s just that, as far as I’m concerned, the benefits of cleanliness are insufficient to compensate for the effort required to overcome my slobbishness. I used to be embarrassed […]
You often hear people complain about how much effort they have to put into cleaning their homes. They should stop their moaning because all it takes to make household chores much less burdensome is a simple change in attitude. I’m not talking about the bobble-headedly sanguine outlook of “just a spoonful of sugar helps the […]
Some people boast, “you can eat off my floors!” I don’t get it. How did that get to be such a huge point of pride? You can eat off my floors too. I wouldn’t recommend it because you’ll likely become deathly ill as a result of the experience, but you can do it. The filth […]
My philosophy on household hygiene is, if you can’t see it, it doesn’t matter. That’s why I always remove my glasses on those exceptionally rare occasions when I undertake a cleaning chore. I pity the poor souls cursed with good eyesight. How burdened their lives must be.