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Its been over a year, but i have to post this one...GE frontloader, not draining therfore not spinning,i removed the panel got a bucket removed the pump clean out plugg. Out came rancid water then abt 6 green colored plastic tubes??????so i asked the lady,Oh those are moms catheters, the doctor said we could wash and reuse them.....ididnt ask what moms problem was,,put it back together,left used an entire bottle of hand sanitizer, and somehow kept my composue...

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People are getting dumber and dumber everyday.

I thought people who washed $10.00 rubber back rugs in the washer until they fall apart and clog the drain pump of their washer were dumb, but CATHETERS????



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Scottthewolf wrote: People are getting dumber and dumber everyday.

I thought people who washed $10.00 rubber back rugs in the washer until they fall apart and clog the drain pump of their washer were dumb, but CATHETERS????

Never got the explanation/reason for condoms in a dishwasher... and I don't think I want to know either...



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Why those are to protect the wooden handles on the BBQ utensils of course

Have also known a few who would wrap a salmon in foil and "cook" in the top rack and a sani-cycle

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kdog wrote: Have also known a few who would wrap a salmon in foil and "cook" in the top rack and a sani-cycle

That one I've actually heard before, I think there's even a U-tube video showing how to do it...



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the salmon cooking in the dishwasher i've heard, but here in the south we eat alot of greens, so someone told a friend to but turnipgreens in the washer on rinse cyc on the washer to clean and drain them,but forgot to tell her to put them in a pillowcase first, what a mess.

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gross and disgusting



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Nothing beats the taste of soap/fabric softener residue on food!!!!

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grey one wrote: Nothing beats the taste of soap/fabric softener residue on food!!!!

Gravy of the Gods!!



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