I emptied the bin (with Mark - this is Kerry btw) because it stank and had been there for well over a week. I also moved the bin from outside the back gate to the middle of the alley so that it would get emptied for the first time in 2 weeks, although I'm not sure what it was doing by the back door thing anyway. (Btw any plans to get rid of the trolley any time soon, only as a Tesco employee I'd rather not condone the theft...)
Washing up...right...I've done it numerous times and been polite enough not to mention it, however as both Kat and Natalie have witnessed recently it's pissing me off. I'm not here much over weekends, and yet when I come back the work surface is covered with pots and pans that I haven't used, and yet end up washing up. Nick and Kat, your answer to the washing up problem appears to be to get a take-away until the washing up goes away...unfortunately the washing up fairy, i.e. me, has gone on strike and is sick of cleaning up the mess. Yes you did "ALL" the washing up the other day, but none of it was mine, and I don't think any of it was Mark's either, and as Nat hasn't been here that only leaves 2 other people...Plus "all" wasn't exactly all, as someone used one of my red pans to cook something that looks like noodles and it wasn't me, and yet the pan has remained there for the better part of a week now.
I clean the kitchen surfaces on a regular basis and do way more than my fair share of washing up, despite little of it being mine. My parents are coming for me a week tomorrow (Tuesday) and I refuse to let them see this house the way it is. If I have to I will spend Friday and Saturday cleaning it top to bottom, probably alone. So be it. But if ANYONE dares make a mess of it afterwards there will be hell to pay. None of you have seen me angry, and I'd rather you didn't.
Finally, again I mention your doing ALL of the washing up. I recall a time when Kat and Nick sat in the living room whilst I single handedly washed virtually every plate, bowl, pan and piece of cutlery in the kitchen because no one else had done it. I think wiped the surfaces down, cleaned the hob and brushed and mopped the floor and emptied the bin. And did I hear an offer of help in that task? No. Did I hear a single thank you afterwards? No. If you are going to treat me like hired help I regret to inform you that I will start treating myself as such and charge for my services. I think £5 an hour is a perfectly decent rate (I get the same at Tesco) and thus will begin to deduct the amount owed from any money I owe on bills etc.
By the way, is anyone going to pay for the leccy bill and sit down so we can sort out shares payable? Oh, and people still owe me for the last gas bill.
Ps. For cleaning services rendered I believe I am currently owed about £30...