Wednesday, May 12, 2010

The Great Divide

The shortest distance between two points is a straight line, right? But what is the largest distance between two points? I know. I discovered the largest chasm in the universe; the seemingly insurmountable distance between the sink and the dishwasher. There must be some kind of evil worm hole that exists within this space. How else can you explain otherwise fully-functional adults being completely incapable of moving dirty dishes from the sink to the dishwasher? Instead they leave them in the sink, usually food encrusted, for magical faeries to transport through the evil worm hole. And, it's not just at home, the same phenomenon is alive and well at the office. I am happy to report that there are a couple of other people at the office who also appear to be immune to the effects of the evil worm hole.

Is there a kitchen worm hole in your world?

2 comments:

Carol said...

Ummmmm... yeah. Only people will actually go through the trouble of washing the dish and then leave it in the sink. The dishwasher is about 6 inches from the sink. Why??

Trix in the City said...

GUILTY! I do that... when I'm feeling lazy! But then again I live alone... so who cares!!