1. ComeTurismO

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    Help me wash the dishes?
     
  2. Skelletonike

    Skelletonike ♂ ♥ Gallant Pervert ♥ ♀
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    Thank God... I misread the tittle as Help Omegle.
     
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  3. Traversal

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    Throw them off a cliff.
     
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  4. CCNaru

    CCNaru Warn-free Since 2005
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    >not wrapping a plastic wrap over the dishes then putting food on the plastic wrap and throw away the wrap leaving the dishes clean for re-use

    what are you doing
     
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  5. Tom Bombadildo

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    This...This is genius.
     
  6. nixshadow

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    I do this, probably because i'm too lazy to buy paper plates. I also reuse the opposite side of the plastic wrap depending on how clean it is
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  7. ComeTurismO

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    NO. NEAREST CLIFF IS 65 Miles away.
     
  8. saldite

    saldite Dumb As Hell
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    Take all of the dishes.
    Have dog (doesn't have to be your own) lick them over until nothing is noticeably on the dish.
    If the dog didn't clean them well enough, throw them in the toilet and flush for added effect.
    Wait to dry.
    Spray them once over with Febreze for freshness.

    Enjoy your now clean and fresh plates.
     
  9. ComeTurismO

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    abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxY THANK You! Z
     
  10. Maxternal

    Maxternal Peanut Gallery Spokesman
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    Wouldn't that then be placing the "dirty" side down, touching the plate and getting it dirty anyhow?
    If it's really THAT clean, you might as well just leave it on the plate and reuse the same side.
     
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  11. nixshadow

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    That's like mixing food, how disgusting.
     
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