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Question of the Day: What is your least favorite chore?

....Dishes. Absolutely, dishes. They never end.... four people..... no help...... AND THEY NEVER END.

*Descends into incoherent babbling while curled up in a corner*

D V wrote:Question of the Day: What is your least favorite chore?[/i]

Having to get up when I just sat down to find out that my mom cant reach the remote and wants me to fetch it.

If anyone does that to their kids, any one of you, shame.

Battle Angel Alita wrote:Re: The Poll.

Genealogy is a type of History not in the Poll.

Hm, never heard of it. What's genealogy?

D V wrote:Question of the Day: What is your least favorite chore?

....Dishes. Absolutely, dishes. They never end.... four people..... no help...... AND THEY NEVER END.

*Descends into incoherent babbling while curled up in a corner*

Try it with 6 people.
Truly depends on the chore. I hate it the most is when I get a task to do and as I'm doing it people will come like "And this. And this. And this." That just gets on my nerves.

D V wrote:Question of the Day: What is your least favorite chore?

....Dishes. Absolutely, dishes. They never end.... four people..... no help...... AND THEY NEVER END.

*Descends into incoherent babbling while curled up in a corner*

QFT! The same here and favourite pet peeve

Renaria- wrote:Having to get up when I just sat down to find out that my mom cant reach the remote and wants me to fetch it.

If anyone does that to their kids, any one of you, shame.

Children are chattel; deal with it. Is it too much to ask for bringing you into the world, raising and supporting you until you decide to leave home and get a life of your own. Get real.

Rangers of the Grey wrote:Hm, never heard of it. What's genealogy?

I Wiki'd that for you:

"Genealogy (from Greek: γενεαλογία genealogia "the making of a pedigree") is the study of families, family history, and the tracing of their lineages. Genealogists use oral interviews, historical records, genetic analysis, and other records to obtain information about a family and to demonstrate kinship and pedigrees of its members."

Rangers of the Grey wrote:Try it with 6 people.

That's called when we have guests. Which usually means doing the dishes of 8 to 11 people.

Battle Angel Alita wrote:[
Children are chattel; deal with it. Is it too much to ask for bringing you into the world, raising and supporting you until you decide to leave home and get a life of your own. Get real.

I don't know what you're getting at. I answered a simple question and you're deciding to practically bash me on the simplest of things.

It is too much to ask for, when the remote is literally 4 feet away from them, and I'm in the other room. They can get it themselves. They're not crippled, they're not ill.

Get off of my case.

Post self-deleted by Renaria-.

....Yeah, let's just go ahead and cool it a bit.

Question of the Day: What is one food you would be happy to never have again?

...Fried pork chops.

......Maybe just pork chop in general.
Can I cheat and say fried food in general too?

D V wrote:Question of the Day: What is one food you would be happy to never have again?

Anything that's green.

D V wrote:Question of the Day: What is your least favorite chore?

....Dishes. Absolutely, dishes. They never end.... four people..... no help...... AND THEY NEVER END.

*Descends into incoherent babbling while curled up in a corner*

....Four? You complain about four? Try seven, like my childhood. Or many friends who have 9-12 people in their family.

D V wrote:Question of the Day: What is one food you would be happy to never have again?

Like 100% of vegan foods, salads made of vegetables and anything else which vegans support. Not bashing vegans or people who like that food, just bashing the food.

Rhyme and Reason wrote:....Four? You complain about four? Try seven, like my childhood. Or many friends who have 9-12 people in their family.

Are the people in your community rabbits?

Rangers of the Grey wrote:
Are the people in your community rabbits?

You're from Europe, right? New World families are generally larger than the average European family, iirc. I also live in the South, so yeah. Lots of kids in many places because some people find birth control sacrilegious. Or, you know, it's the South. Not like we have the greatest track record with education.

Rhyme and Reason wrote:You're from Europe, right? New World families are generally larger than the average European family, iirc. I also live in the South, so yeah. Lots of kids in many places because some people find birth control sacrilegious. Or, you know, it's the South. Not like we have the greatest track record with education.

Dutch born and bred. So for the Dutch, yes, families are generally larger.

Rangers of the Grey wrote:Dutch born and bred. So for the Dutch, yes, families are generally larger.

Do Dutch people have larger families or smaller ones?

Why are we trying to gatekeep having to do dishes being a chore? Doesn't matter the size of your family, it's a big pain, and small families could very easily generate more dishes than typical larger families depending on their lifestyle.

Re: QOTD - Pretty much anything made of chickpeas, I would be glad to never eat again tbh

Club Lux wrote:Why are we trying to gatekeep having to do dishes being a chore? Doesn't matter the size of your family, it's a big pain, and small families could very easily generate more dishes than typical larger families depending on their lifestyle.

Yeah, that, exactly. Four, seven, eleven, rather irrelevant, depends on how messy/clean they are or aren't, as well as other factors.
It takes around forty to seventy minutes every morning for me to get all the dishes done - on a normal day (usually trending to the lesser number, of course, but the 70 minute range is still pretty common). And my primary complaint more or less came from the fact I get help once in a blue moon. Closing in on six years of this now, and it was already old a very, very long time ago.

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Anyways,
Question of the Day: What is your favorite board game (or, if you've never played any, what is one you'd like to play) ?

Life. Though, I don't think I've ever won at it.

Rhyme and Reason wrote:Do Dutch people have larger families or smaller ones?

*smaller. Sorry, my bad. Probably got distracted while I was typing.

D V wrote:Question of the Day: What is your favorite board game (or, if you've never played any, what is one you'd like to play) ?

I dunno. Some tabletop RPG maybe.

D V wrote:Question of the Day: What is your favorite board game

Battleship, I like people sinking my battleships.

But losing isn't fun at all.

It sharpens my decision-making skills and wanting to obliterate the opponent.

D V wrote:Question of the Day: What is one food you would be happy to never have again?

Escargot!

D V wrote:Question of the Day: What is your favorite board game (or, if you've never played any, what is one you'd like to play) ?

Settlers of Catan

D V wrote:
Question of the Day: What is your favorite board game (or, if you've never played any, what is one you'd like to play) ?

I love most games, so I can't pick one. I got a new tabletop RPG like game called Journeys in Middle-Earth for Christmas that is super fun, but hard. My brother and I played through it over a couple of days/weekends. I can't wait for more DLCs/content to come out.

Question of the Day: What is your favorite candy?

Hm. Part of me wants to say skittles.
Another part of me wants to say tootsie tolls.
Probably one of those two. There is a third I really really like, but for the life of me, I can't remember it right now.

[quote=d_v;37610003]Question of the Day: What is your favorite candy?

Crunch/Buncha Crunch all the way.

D V wrote:Question of the Day: What is your favorite candy?

Dark Chocolate!

D V wrote:Question of the Day: What is your favorite candy?

Hm I would probably say lolipops

D V wrote:Question of the Day: What is your favorite candy?

White chocolate. I freaking love that snit.

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