Washing dishes. Cleaning the kitchen after I've finished cooking (I love cooking but I hate cleaning afterwards). Shaving! (yes, shaving is a chore to me, lol!)
There's a dear little plant that grows in our Isle Twas St . Patrick himself, sure, that set it; And the sun of his labour with pleasure did smile, And with dew from his eye often wet it. It grows through the bog, through the brake, through the Mireland, and they call it the dear little shamrock of Ireland.
* The dishes - I hate putting them away and I hate washing them even more - I hate keeping my hands submerged for so long. *Vacuuming - I wish they were quieter and the belt wouldn't break *putting away laundry - I don't mind loading the washer and dryer, and I like to fold it - but I hate putting it away - hangers are my enemy!
Oddly enough, I do not mind cleaning the toilet - it was always my Kaper at Girl Scout camp - pure luck of the draw and I got very good and quick at it...
Sonny, true love is the greatest thing in the world. Except for a nice MLT, a mutton, lettuce and tomato sandwich, where the mutton is nice and lean and the tomato is ripe.
I am glad to hear that everyone else hates putting away laundry as much as I do! What is it with that, anyway? My allergies are so bad that I hate sweeping and vacuuming as well. I also hate to clean after cooking, so I try to clean up as I cook so there won't be a big mess afterwards!
"Alas for those who never sing and die with all their music left in them" - Oliver Wendell Holmes
Cleaning... of any kind really. I love to cook, so doing the dishes is no fun. So! I just throw the dishes away! (paper plates, my friends!) As far as pots and pans go... I have a dog and a dishwasher... hehe I am kidding!
Vacuuming is a chore since I have a long-haired dog. He sheds a lot, so I am always changing out bags on the vacuum.
Dusting! I have so many dust-catchers that are breakable that this chore alone takes forever!
Number 1 thing I hate to do: shave. I hate to shave. I have to do it, so I've accepted it, but... The funny thing is that even on the weekends I'll still shave much of the time. I actuatlly feel better about myself if I'm clean shaven. Still, many a Saturday I'll just say "%$#@* it!"
Normal is a relative term. For some reason it is not a term my relatives use to describe me.
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