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'Dude, don't do it. Somewhere down the road it will lead to chores.'
'Never mind about inner peace and happiness, there's a sink full of washing up waiting in the kitchen.'
'Cleaning the fridge weekly instead of monthly is a very good idea.'
'Don't worry about the dishes. I did them.'
'Aww how sweet, you've arranged your dirty underwear on the floor to spell out 'I love you'.'
Boyd's raking days were over thanks to his New England Leaf Hound.
'Unfortunately, Mr.Beckons, your son Dean is very allergic to grass. . .'
"You can call me a sanitary engineer, but to me it's still taking out the trash."
"No more doing dishes, Mrs. Spongeberg. I'm writing you a prescription for paper plates."
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'Hey Harry? Remember all those things you're going to do when hell freezes over?'
When it's time to change the kitty litter box - at the very latest.
'At home, do you share the unpleasant jobs?'
This Job Sucks
"For goodness sake George - I only asked you to clean the oven!"
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'There's an app you can program to delete your trash? I've had one for years called Dave.'
'Don't do that, Mom...Dad will be home soon.'
'This is a list of all the things you need to do around the house when you get your parole.'
Philosophy - who said it has no practical uses
'Trash waits for no man.'
'Me, have a nice day -you must be joking! Have you seen that pile of ironing?'
'Don't worry son, the more you break, the less often you're asked to do it. . .'