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Airing Our Dirty Dishes 

Yesterday, I took this photo of the sink here at the office. Those dishes had been sitting there for God knows how long. At least a week. Today it seems that some have been cleaned, but the utensils remain. What in the world is the deal? There's not a fork, spoon or knife to be had in the utensil drawer... but there they sit, stewing in nasty dishwater sludge.

This post is my attempt to shame the culprit/s — you know who you are — into changing their wicked ways. I'm also wondering if there are other office kitchens with the same problem. Perhaps together we can find a solution to the Dirty Dish Bandits. Let me know your thoughts.

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