Thursday, 24 September 2009

An Inconsequential Post



This is a short and rather inconsequential post but here goes.
Why, after having done the washing up and having searched around in the washing up water in the bowl with your hand for any remaining utensils (and definintely not finding any), why after this when you tip the bowl up to empty the water out there is always a teaspoon lurking in the bottom of the bowl as the last dregs of water swirl away down the plughole!?
Never a knife, or a fork, or a knife and a teaspoon - or even two teaspoons. But always one solitary teaspoon.
Why is this?
Maybe it's just me.

3 comments:

Jeannine said...

LOL, it happens to me as well.

James Higham said...

That's true - the little bugger is always there. Tehre's one there even now as I type.

MK said...

That is right, it happens to me too, particularly because i like washing similar cutlery together. Glad to hear it's not just me. :)