Monday, February 22, 2010

Inefficient Laziness....

After dinner tonight, I went into the kitchen to clean up after myself, and the dirty frying pan, rice cooker, plate, glass, cutting board, and utensils were too much for me to fathom cleaning at that moment. Even worse, the dishwasher was not an option, as it was already running. I had no choice but to wash them BY HAND. Ugh. This is one of those things my friend Vrej refers to as one of my "first world problems". And he's totally right. But I still wasn't going to wash my dishes.

So I head back upstairs for a while and finish a couple other chores that didn't seem so "difficult". I padded down the stairs about an hour later to find that the dishes HAD NOT CLEANED THEMSELVES. After the shock wore off, I noticed the dishwasher had finished running. I then had the brilliant idea that if I just emptied the dishwasher, I could pop my dishes in there, and avoid washing them altogether. Genius. Except for this: the amount of time I spent emptying the dishwasher, putting it's contents in their correct spots, followed by rinsing my dirty (and now dried up) dishes and placing them in took more time than if I'd just washed them by hand in the first place.

But hey, I avoided the hassle of HAVING TO GRAB THE DISH SOAP. My name is Jen, and I excel at inefficient laziness. Score one for me.

4 comments:

Mah-Mahn said...

I actually get mad at my mom for using the dishwasher. Everytime I come over, I wash their dishes to prove the point that it's actually faster to wash them by hand.
Shame on you Jen. shame.

Mah-Mahn out:)

Judy Kearns said...

Didn't your mother raise you better than this?!?!?!?!?

Lindalou said...

Sometimes laziness is underrated. I would have done the same thing, although I might have waited until the next day.

David said...

F.A.N.T.A.S.T.I.C.