How to Use Your Dishes Without Having to Wash Them

Eating alone and don’t want to dirty a dish? This simple life hack is here to help… (via 22words)

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16 Responses to How to Use Your Dishes Without Having to Wash Them

  1. C Hough says:

    Contributing to pollution by throwing away the plastic bag.

    • Nick says:

      Exactly! Saved maybe 4 seconds over washing to drop this in a landfill for 10,000 years.

      Those who say, “He was already throwing the bag away.” Why did he have the bag in the first place?

      Stop shitting on the world you fucking twats.

      • Merp says:

        Well, damn.

      • amber s says:

        I imagine you felt like a good Samaritan and pretty self righteous when you wrote that because you were clearly thinking of Mother Nature. Don’t judge someone for having a plastic baggie when you can’t say you’re not guilty of the same “crime”.

        That bag thing is pretty smart. All cereal that comes in a box is also in a bag. Use that bag from the box and holy shit I’ve just solved your problem.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Spoon is dirty

  3. Anonymous says:

    There’s already dishes in the sink, what’s one more bowl?

  4. The astronomer says:

    Perfect!

  5. C. Wildeman says:

    Yeah, that’s the laziest, most wasteful thing I’ve ever seen. Deplorable.

  6. L says:

    Not cool for the Earth. =\

  7. Katie says:

    Don’t take it so serious. Lighten up, it’s just a joke. That actually seems like a nice way to keep from having to wash dishes a couple times a day, every day like I do. Nobody’s actually going to go through with it.

  8. jfdr says:

    He was going to throw the bag away anyway. Repurposing it to save water and detergent is an excellent idea.

  9. Amy says:

    why not just use paper dishes?

  10. Mr.Br. says:

    C’mon, guys, you could also just wash the plastic bag.

  11. Micheal Murphy says:

    The plastic bags are carcinogenic too.

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