Correct Procedure

I don’t really like bending over, especially if I have a big coat/bag on. awkward and I could fall over

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Got some boots with them shit laces that always come undone (lol thewarn can’t tie his shoes!) and I always re-tie them in the same place - put my foot up on a decaying window ledge that is outside an abandoned house. Become a much treasured part of my morning routine tbh

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Yes, and I will stop there an inordinate amount of time, just in case someone is looking to capture the perfect catalogue pose for their photography degree.

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hate people who do this
makes me feel obliged to deal with the shoelaces immediately out of politeness when i’d rather do it later

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If he was looking at his watch as well, he’d have nailed it. But frankly this is amateurish.

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  • a shoe

@Petagno go on then, educate us

Quite like electronic gates so like to hang around a bit and have a few goes :+1:

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loading a dishwasher

  • Pre-rinse of anything that needs it
  • Cutlery in cutlery thinger
  • Mugs and glasses at periphery of upper tier, preferably sorted by type, for optimal alignment
  • Spatulas etc in central reservoir of upper tier
  • Plates in lower tier, loaded from the outside in, in the most space-efficient arrangement depending on dishwasher
  • Chopping boards and baking trays at periphery of lower tier
  • Pots, pans, bowls and misc in the remaining gaps
  • Correct procedure
  • Incorrect procedure

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VIIIIIINE

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  • handle up
  • handle down

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I don’t really care. But handle up people are wrong.

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Got to have a system

Didn’t have @xylo for an airport amateur, but here we are

Sounds like a good system then.

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Your otherwise flawless procedure is marred by this imprecision I’m afraid. My dad would be straight in there with his ‘everything needs it’ insanity and I’d become irked.

For me, the only things that need rinsing off are filter-clogging lumps and layers of viscous sauce greater than 3mm thick by, say, 10cm x 10cm in area.

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That’s a good standard procedure. I am in agreement with it.

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