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  • My flatmates seemingly don’t know how to clean, any advice?

    I get on with my flatmates perfectly well as friends until they start making mess. It’s to an extent that I just can’t comprehend. They’ll spill pasta and leave it on the table. Spill milk over the hob and leave it. Chop food on the surfaces and leave the leftovers. Spill bear over the table (as well as people things) and ofc leave it. There’s full pieces of food, teabags and all sort of gunk in the sink so it’s always clogged and unclogging it is disgusting. I never want to clean it up but it gets to a point where I can’t use the sink, there’s no where to put my stuff down because all the surfaces have food and there’s bacteria and fungi on the food. I’ve deep cleaned it at least 4 times since October, the last being three days ago, and it’s already gone back to a tip. I always put a polite message in the group chat saying I’ve cleaned the kitchen and could ppl please try to wipe up spilt food or drink (I bought plenty of kitchen towel so it’s easy). I feel so naggy but it’s actually embarrassing, unusable and also unhealthy. Whenever my friends come over they can always spell the kitchen as soon as the enter the flat even when the door is shut. All the other flats around us refuse to come to ours (I try to cook in their flats bc ours is that dirty) and it’s become a joke how bad it is. They’re adults, I can’t comprehend spilling and entire bowl of pasta and just leaving it there to dry up and go mouldy. What can I do? Please help I’m going insane.

    1 AnswerFriends9 months ago
  • Help choosing a dog breed?

    I'm looking to get a dog and was hoping someone could help me out with breed ideas! At the moment my main consideration would be a Dalmatian. I'm looking for a dog that has as least doggy odour as possible, (I know this is part of having a dog and is largely unavoidable), I like active dogs but also ones that you can just chill with instead of them always running around the house (my cousins have always had spaniels like this lol), and I also wouldn't want a super small dog, I'm a big fan of large dogs but I know they're also usually harder to care for and of course take up more space so I'm not fussed on this - chihuahuas etc I couldn't do though! Any help would be great! Thanks :)

    5 AnswersDogs10 months ago
  • 17 years old, had bum smacked at work?

    I m 17 years old and have worked in a hotel for about a year now. A chef (late 30s maybe 40s ish) smacked my bum (hard for the record) with a cloth. I said it wasn t appropriate and had a go but he just winked at me. Told my manager straight after who didn t do anything and so I told my supervisor who said they were probably just messing around. I feel horrible and beyond uncomfortable, they make innaproproate comments all the time which I ve learnt to cope with but they re never been physical in this way. I don t know what to do, any advice please?

    6 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups2 years ago