Lazy folk

Well this is getting ridiculous, apparently people actually pay someone to clean their oven for them. I just got a leaflet through the door advertising an "oven cleaning specialist". How lazy do you have to be to not do this yourself?
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I don't see a problem there.
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Life is like a shit sandwich.
The more bread you have, the less shit you have to eat.
JWS (apart from being a troll) is obviously poor. Eat up, James.
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You work harder than me so you don't have to clean your oven. You've achieved nothing.
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You'd prefer to spend 10 minutes of your time arranging for a cleaner to come round, letting him in, making sure he doesn't nick the Ming vase etc? Just clean the oven, it's easier and quicker.
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On Wednesday, 6 September 2017 14:57:17 UTC+1, James Wilkinson Sword wrote :
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come round, letting him in, making sure he doesn't nick the Ming vase etc? Just clean the oven, it's easier and quicker.
If I had the money to have a ming vase I'd get a cleaner in to do all the c leaning. I can understand how perhaps a footballer might earn more money in 10 mins than I do in a year and it may well be worth his while getting som eone in to do it, his misses won't have enough spare time to leave the sun bed either. I can understand cleaning an oven, what I don't understand is those that le t someone else park their car. Of course these so called oven cleaning services are really for the whole c ooker not just the oven. In a simialar way to window cleaning companies how long does it take to cle an a window or even a car but we seem to need large numbers of people to be employed to clean cars.
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Fair enough. But would you employ a seperate person to clean each of the 50 items in your home?

Same here, unless I'm in a bloody hurry. I enjoy driving.

No point in cleaning a car, it gets rinsed by rain.
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On 06/09/2017 16:57, James Wilkinson Sword wrote:

It's the same with underpants, after a month just turn them inside out.
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On Wed, 6 Sep 2017 17:03:15 +0100, alan_m wrote:

This unwashed Scottish sow repeatedly asserted that he never wears ANY underpants! It all (drips of urine, sweat, skin fat, etc.) goes into his pants. He was reported to be a "smelly" guy! YUCK
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I go commando. Underpants are for people suffering from anal seepage.
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On Wednesday, 6 September 2017 16:57:15 UTC+1, James Wilkinson Sword wrote :
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to come round, letting him in, making sure he doesn't nick the Ming vase et c? Just clean the oven, it's easier and quicker.

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50 items in your home?
Yes depending in the items, in the same way I'd get a differnt person to cl ean a car than I would a boat. Here when we the cleaners were first asked t o clean not just the floor and tables but keyboards and monitors too, we ha d dirty floor water speard over the monitors and the keyboards. They didn't use screen wipes or even a clean cloths. The following week we asked them NOT to clean the computer equipment. In our physics department they have a dedecated clean room, I doubt the sam e cleaners that keep the carpark clean are employed to keep the clean room clean.

ins than I do in a year and it may well be worth his while getting someone in to do it, his misses won't have enough spare time to leave the sun bed e ither.

let someone else park their car.

Do you enjoy parking too. Makes me wonder why some of the first self drive cars have auto park features to.

le cooker not just the oven.

clean a window or even a car but we seem to need large numbers of people t o be employed to clean cars.

So why do we have so many car cleaning companies.
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On Thu, 7 Sep 2017 03:23:12 -0700 (PDT), whisky-dave wrote:

If a clean room needs cleaning there's something wrong.
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The floor will surely still get dust on it. The fans can only filter the air.
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On Thursday, 7 September 2017 12:21:59 UTC+1, mechanic wrote:

Even NASA has that problem.
http://www.nature.com/news/2007/070903/full/news070903-5.html I wonder how our cleaners would make manage it, as it can take then a week to empty a bin.
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To clean all the windows here needs a ladder. I'm happy to pay someone to do that. I don't need a ladder to clean a car.
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You don't need a ladder, you need a jetwash which simply sprays the water high enough.
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On Wednesday, 6 September 2017 17:08:39 UTC+1, Dave Plowman (News) wrote:

SO why are there so many car cleaners coming from the EU.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/immigration/10545851/Romanians-met-by-MPs-as-they-arrive-on-first-flight-to-UK-after-labour-market-restrictions-lifted.html
Mr Spiresau said he already has work lined up washing cars in London but hopes to go on to work in the construction industry and chose to come to the UK over other European countries as he can speak the language.
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On 06/09/2017 16:20, whisky-dave wrote:

I pay for my grass and hedges cutting (as needed), my windows cleaning (once a month at £3.50), my wheelie bin washed (once a month at £2), and for the van washing (as required about £6).
I could do the lot myself, however the time taken to get the ladders off the van and fill up buckets with water means that it is worth paying for the service, £2 once a month to wash out a wheelie bin - it's not worth getting out the jet washer and hosepipe for that.
I sometimes do wash the van myself. But when it's cold and dark and you have been at work all day it's nice to know that an illegal immigrant will stand there freezing his balls off to wash the van for next to nothing.
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On Wednesday, 6 September 2017 14:13:08 UTC+1, James Wilkinson Sword wrote:

Maybe some people have better things to do, some employ cleaners some even get their bins cleaned some even pay someone in a laudrette to clean and iron stuff. Some pay people to drive them around, some pay people to cook for them and some canlt even manage to get to a resturant they get it delivered. It's been over 6 years since I had cooked food delivered.
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Cleaning an oven takes 10 minutes. It'll take about that long to arrange someone to do it for you. So utterly pointless.
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