Fireworks

Fireworks

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I don’t get it. πŸ€”

😁😁😁

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Haiku . . . Abstruse! . . . I’m working on it . . . Don’t tell me.

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Think I’m getting there, Davy.

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. . . I’m currently considering either, or both, the domestic fireworks when the man of the house doesn’t get the stacking right, or the tendency of some kitchen appliances to explode and cause fires – but I think that’s just tumble driers. I suspect not, but am I anywhere near getting there?

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    It’s the first one Roland. The fireworks are the long suffering Mrs. D in response to my shoddy stacking. I heard a debate on this issue on the radio a few weeks ago and there is apparently a course you can go on, learning you how to get the best out of your dishwasher πŸ™‚

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Omg house engineer. Sparks flying. Cool one, Davy.

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this was too cute and my day settles with a happy smile that the dishwasher is going to have some action tonight.

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Surprise! A man loaded the dishwasher – his way.

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My next door neighbor’s daughter told him that Uncle John loaded the dishwasher while he was at work. She does not have an Uncle John…fireworks.

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I am smiling as i read it Davy..but i smiled even more as i finished reading the comments…you have brilliant followers..

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    It is a wonderful community Mich, of which you are a part. Reading the comments and having the conversations is as important as the posts. There is such a wide array of talented writers and poets visit and I am blessed that they take time to do so.

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Thanks for the laugh! Unfortunately I can relate! The art and science of stacking a dishwasher is a task most men wish not to master, then they will only be asked to do it more often, I suppose?

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hahaha. ooopsie. will the house burn because of the dishwashing man? hehe. nice one, Davy!

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We are our own dishwashers here so I can’t relate. But that did not stop me from laughing as I read your poem and the comments. Poor Mrs. D 😁

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Davy, this is great. We don’t have a dishwasher (I’m the dishwasher.), but when my husband helps out, he stacks the clean dishes so high that I’m afraid to get a dish from the pile. It’s sort of like playing the game pick up sticks. Do any of you remember that game?

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Great poem. However I would like to immodestly point out that Dishwasher Stacking is my most prized skill. I would like to think that if there were an all England Dishwasher Stacking Championship then I could be a contender. Maybe it’s a mathematician thing. Give me a big 3D puzzle with variable amounts and sizes of pieces and I’m happy as a pig in the proverbial.
Emptying it, which I’m about to go and do, is a bit of a bore though.
M

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    Maybe we could start a championship Martin. I would be a contender for fastest, untidiest and also the wooden spoon. I have received yellow cards from Mrs. D. on putting wooden spoons in the dishwasher on numerous occasions, and am currently serving a ban on the totting up process πŸ™‚

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      I think any competition would be based on speed, but then there would be time added on for any items you cant fit in and have to be washed by hand. Then there would be penalty points on completion of cycle for any items that didn’t come clean owing to poor stacking.

      I can see this becoming a big thing, with a TV programme and everything. You could even have the competition picking up at the end of bakeoff. It always annoys that that they finish the show before the excitement of the dishwasher stacking.

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      I’m in Martin. Can I be one of the judges. The Greg Wallace of dishwashing. Now there’s a thought.

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