||[Oct. 5th, 2011|10:42 am]
The Question Club
1. How would you feel if one of your current S.O.'s past romantic interests was seriously hideous in your eyes? Like, compared to him/her, you're a 10 and they're a 4 at best. Would you judge your S.O.'s taste?|
2. My roommate had a friend over for dinner last Thursday. On Monday night, the plates from that dinner were STILL in the sink!! That night (Monday), I used a plate, so I went to the sink to wash it after I finished. My roommate tells me "don't do the dishes. I'll do them later tonight, I promise." I wake up the next morning, and the dishes are STILL there! By now we have a fruit fly infestation all over the kitchen.
I get home late last night, around 11pm, my roommate isn't home and the dishes are still in the sink. Since she's not home by then, so I know that she's staying at her boyfriend's place. By now, I couldn't take another night of having the dishes piled up in the sink and the crumbs and shit rotting away and causing foul odors.
I washed the dishes myself and instead of leaving them on the dry rack, I dried them myself and put them back in the cabinets. Not only this, I cleaned the entire sink to the point of it being sparkling clean now.
I'm hoping this cleanness will make her feel super guilty, and when she tells me that I shouldn't have done the dishes, I plan on flatly saying, "They were sitting there since last Thursday. I couldn't take the fruit flies and smell any longer."
Was this an effective way to handle this situation?! I really wanted to refrain from downright telling her to do the dishes because I'm not her mother.