Saturday, June 16, 2018

Sock problem

Something a little lighter than the last post.

I arrived home and R did not hear me come in. I dumped my work bag on the table and took off my shoes. You home ducks?, I called out. He was in his bedroom. He called back, don't walk on the kitchen floor. I have just bleached it and it may not be dry. Oh.


16 comments:

  1. Just as well it wasn't me that walked in. I take my shoes and stockings off, but also my slacks!

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  2. Oops. My socks (which I rarely wear) would be off. Bleached feet. Which is better than John Gray's frequently bleached fundament.

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  3. Bill would have smelled it. He hates the smell of bleach and moans when I do the bathroom.(which isn't very often these days.

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  4. Still, you probably have nice clean white feet!

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  5. Ha Ha. Maybe next time he can put a sign on the door.

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  6. That's funny Andrew. I never use bleach, the smell is just too overpowering for me.

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  7. Horrific post! My wife went on a girls trip, and while she was gone, I did laundry, I got all my socks back. When my wife does laundry, I get one sock back from every pair, almost perfectly.

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  8. Made me laugh out loud again 😀😀😀

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  9. Oh, dear! :-)

    Greetings from London.

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  10. Hahahaha! I hear that two-toned, tie-dyed socks are in fashion!

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  11. Bleached the floor??? Who does that? :)

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    1. To clean the grout between the tiles.

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    2. Ceramic tiles like you'd have in a bathroom? in the kitchen? I bleach the grout with an old toothbrush, then wash it off with a good mopping so there's no bleach left after.

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    3. Ah... I see.

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  12. Looks like you got cloroxed!

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  13. Ah...I've ruined one or two shirts cleaning the bathroom with bleach and inadvertently splashing myself.

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