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Sink-Wrap

Another Fine Product from Pathetic Bachelors, Inc.
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One of the continual pleasures of being a lazy bachelor without a dishwasher or even so much as a double sink is discovering what new and interesting forms of primitive life are forming in the kitchen. It's my duty, as a matter of scientific exploration, you see, to leave these things go their natural courses. Once, I believe I interrupted a primitive religious sacrificial rite to the Disposal-God.

When the inevitable dishwashing cataclysm finally does occur, it would shirley be swell to be able to dispose of the whole mess in one quick, easy step. Thus, we have Sink-Wrap. Several layers of plastic liner are shaped to a general sink's size, with a hole in the bottom for the drain. Don't want to scrub it out? Just peel away a layer and pitch it.

RayfordSteele, Nov 04 2002

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       Nice. I'm sure even a lot of wives and husbands would appreciate this product.
FarmerJohn, Nov 04 2002
  

       Paper plates only; don't put the good China in the Sink Wrap. - Oh wait, you're a bachelor. Never mind.
snarfyguy, Nov 04 2002
  

       Interesting category choice.
phoenix, Nov 04 2002
  

       Plates? Oh yeah, I remember those... flat, round thingys that people ate off of?   

       (I wasn't actually suggesting throwing out the dishes as well, but you know, now that I think about it)...   

       Teehee... I thought somebody would get a kick out of the category. It was either here or 'Countermeasure.' Cleaning just didn't begin to describe it.
RayfordSteele, Nov 04 2002
  
      
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