Sunday, March 28, 2010

10 Things Heard While Switching the Kitchen Over

A special thanks to Erachet for help on this one.

10) "Will these last for 10 days without being refrigerated?"

9) "No. That one is chametz. The blue one is for Pesach."

8) "There is no way we have to clean that! Chametz could never get in there!"

7) "We have a cheese grater for Pesach? We don't have one for all year round! This is becoming chametz next week."

6) "No. That one is fleishig. The gray one is milchig."

5) "How did this all fit last year? Did we buy any new things?"

4) "Have you ever made Pesach before? All the shopping is NEVER done!"

3) "What were you DOING in the bathroom for the last half hour?"

2) "Well, if there's nothing left for me to do, why do I have to stay?"

1) "Are you EATING!? We're all cleaning in here!"

5 comments:

  1. Sounds like there're a lot of females in your family!

    "7) "We have a cheese grater for Pesach? We don't have one for all year round! This is becoming chametz next week."" - LOL

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  2. I like this top ten, shame tuesday is Yom Tov already. ;-)

    On a separate note, I love number one. My brothers would so eat chometz while their sisters scrub the counters.

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  3. Sefardi Gal- All it takes is one girl.

    SD- I was thinking that about Tuesday.
    Oh and if we were to do that, we'd be beheaded by an angry knife-wielding mother.

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  4. this is really funny - some similar things were said in our own kitchen today. Most comments were directed toward the menfolk by the womenfolk, who have definite command of the kitchenspace (that isn't a chauvinistic remark, but fact) and ordered us to remain out of/stop causing trouble.

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  5. #2 and #3 are universal, I think! Or maybe it's just that some people just have a healthy sense of self-preservation and are very good at work avoidance.

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