Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Washing Up Lying Down

Do the dishes in bed
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A sink clips on to the side of your bed. Flexible hoses allow for filling and draining.
pocmloc, May 08 2017

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       Also useful for occasional vomiting. [+]
8th of 7, May 08 2017
  

       Finally, a way to get the bed- bound/teenagers/hungover to earn their keep.
bs0u0155, May 08 2017
  

       // teenagers //   

       The only way to get any value there is to sell major internal organs. Anaesthetic isn't needed during the harvesting; as long as it's before 1330, they won't wake up.
8th of 7, May 09 2017
  

       Isn't romantic? Doing dishes in our bed at night.   

       Isn't romantic? With curlers and pajamas we must look a fright.   

       Isn't romantic? Turn the down the silly light.   

       Isn't romantic? Is that a bowl or your behind that took flight.   

       etc.
popbottle, May 10 2017
  

       Also useful for nocturnal urination.
8th of 7, May 10 2017
  

       How does it //clip to side of your bed//? I don't know but the side of my bed is mattress..it would seem difficult to clip something to it. Please explain in better detail...thank you.
xandram, May 10 2017
  

       Also useful for nocturnal … no, perhaps not. That's not very nice.
8th of 7, May 10 2017
  

       It comes with an assorted packed of clips, so that you can clip whichever what way you want. There are pipe clips for tubular bed frames, big angled metal clips for divan bases, toothy gripper clips for bare mattresses, self-tapping spikes for water beds and air beds, and suspension lines for hammocks.
pocmloc, May 10 2017
  

       strange and pointless [+]
Voice, May 10 2017
  

       In Yiddish its called Nagel Wasser. (pronounced Nay Ggel Vah Sir)
pashute, May 10 2017
  

       Hmmm, bedside mikvah ? Very weird ... definitely not in Leviticus...
8th of 7, May 10 2017
  

       Thanks for explaining...I like the hammock idea!
xandram, May 11 2017
  

       Dishes! When other more important things could be done laying down. I don't think so.
wjt, May 11 2017
  
      
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