Gooey Trash Ed
by Gina Valley
I appreciate the fact that one of you was conscientious enough to toss the rotten mayonnaise into the kitchen trashcan.
In the past I have found that you tend to allow rotten things to continue to ferment buried on the counter, hidden in the cupboard, or lost deep in the fridge until they are either able to speak or run about unaided.
This change is a positive one.
I would like to humbly suggest that in the future you consider placing the top back on containers of smelly goo prior to tossing them into the receptacle, as the ensuing explosion is not terribly attractive to the eye or the nose.
Also, please feel free to check that there is a trash bag lining the can next time prior to setting the viscous near-life form free. Some things simply will not wash off and refuse to be scared away.
If you need me this afternoon, I will be out buying a new kitchen trash can.
Oh, and by the way, that wasn’t mayonnaise and it wasn’t rotten. It was the brand new jar of Miracle Whip I bought yesterday for your dad and it is supposed to taste that way.
Laugh Out Loud!
Anyone made an “interesting” deposit into your kitchen trash? Who is in charge of cleaning up goo at your house? Shoot me a comment. I look forward to hearing all about it.