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Is it the person who cooks or the person who doesn't cook? Do you take turns or is it always somebody's job?

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Me, myself and I. Otherwise they won't wash themselves.
Same here!
by jonaja
Ditto. Nobody else can stand the water as hot as I can either :(
by Rice
Me ... the human dishwasher. Although I have delegated the job to Master 12 on several occasions.
Me too. The kids aren't old enough yet.

We have a dishwasher at the moment, but the things that need washing up by hand get done by whoever has time to do it. During the day that's me because I'm at home. At night it might be my husband if I'm busy putting one of the kids to bed or something.
We have a dishwasher but my mum washes the stuff that can't go in it. Then it's up to the rest of us to dry it all and put everything away.
My husband usually washes up as I am generally home first and cook dinner: I try to tidy the kitchen when serving up dinner: I unload the dishwasher while dinner is cooking: the arrangement is whoever is home first starts dinner, unloads the dishwasher etc. Manual washing up is confined to saucepans etc (stuff we do not put in the dishwasher). There is no hard and fast rule - whoever does what needs to be done.
PS My husband does the housework for our 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartment: I generally do washing. ironing, cooking....but we do overlap often!
by anne
The dishwasher - I do the very few things that can't go in (I try not to use anything that can't go in the dishwasher). My partner usually cooks for me, so fair division of labour....
The dishwasher and my adult daughter. I hate doing dishes!
The dishwasher!
by Finy
Hi there,
Dish washing is mainly done by our 'Dish Washer'. Like any other household chore all the work is done by us both. But i.e in caseof Dish washing it's simple if I load the dishes my wife has empty it & put the stuff away. well! if she does the loading then I do the job of unloading it & putting the stuff away
Simple n' no hassle.
Shane
Me, but when I'm not feeling quite up to my duties as a domestic goddess (ha!), I let the dishwasher have a turn.
by Vee
I'm happy to say that that duty, one I despise, is one I share with my wife. I would hate to have to do all the dishes but no more would I want to push a duty I hate onto someone I love. So we split the chore evenly.
'Olivier Omega', my bench-top half-sized dishwasher.
And he does an excellent job, too! Lol!
Our dishwasher, both of them, has always has been the best, the most reliable, the most economical, the most forgiving for awkward items and the most noisey on date nights.....our kids.
The only dishwasher I would ever pay for.
Question of the year!

The dishes have always been an issue, in every household I have lived in.

Wash your own asap is my policy. Admittedly this may be the next morning.

I don't really care that much, but most other people do!

As long as the kitchen stilt functions, all is fine.
Just don't do what my ex boyfriend did, and grow your own culture of bacteria and then expect me to do it for you!
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