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There's always a heated and quite often hilarious debate happening on social media. From how to deal with the most monstrous Bridezillas, to how often people should shower.
The latest everyday topic that has made Twitter users far and wide come to blows is how to load a dishwasher.
It all started when Twitter user Lee Beattie shared a picture of her partner's attempt to load their dishwasher. The picture soon went viral and we can totally see why.
People were left in shock after seeing all the pots, pans and plates stacked haphazardly in the dishwasher. Lee tweeted alongside the picture: "I married her before I ever saw her stack a dishwasher. I can’t take this anymore."
Lots of Twitter users could relate and many responded to Lee's tweet to share their partner's own hysterical dishwasher fails. One woman joked: "I was mad at my wife about this, but now I can see things could be much worse."
Another Twitter user shared: "My husband does this. I used to think he was smart but … not so much now."
A third woman said: "Dishwasher loading - in every marriage there’s one person who can, and one person who can’t, and if you’re not sure which you are, then you can’t."
"Every home needs a Dishwasher monitor," a fourth account reflected. "I am ours. God knows that they’d do without me."
For a start, some responses criticised the fact there were pots and pans in the dishwasher in
"Pans in a dishwasher? The clue is in the title....." one woman quipped.
And there were some people who were team washing dishes by hand. "I loathe dishwashers with a passion," another responder added. "So satisfying washing and putting away. Really don't see the point of the things!"
One person replied: "Loading and unloading the dishwasher is a faff and always causes rows because my wife doesn't rinse dirty plates first (causes smell) and puts sharp knives pointing up (dangerous).
A warm bubbly washing up bowl after tea is easy. Job done."
What do you think?
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