Baldo by Hector D. Cantú and Carlos Castellanos for April 22, 2024

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    Rhetorical_Question   3 months ago

    The perfect place ✨️

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    luca.debus creator 3 months ago

    Don’t worry about the pizza, it’s biodegradable and will just become one with the carpet.

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    Doug K  3 months ago

    She’s not dressed properly for cleaning up toxic waste.

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    ladykat  3 months ago

    She’s cleaning up your toxic waste, Baldo.

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    Diat60  3 months ago

    A sock? Odd.

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 3 months ago

    She can be pesky…..

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    bigheadx  3 months ago

    She should wear a Hazmat suit to clean that room!

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    rasputin's horoscope  3 months ago

    Head OUT, Gracie, as in OUTSIDE! Being Baldo’s maid service is simply enabling the your BIG brother’s slob-ism.

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    andersjg Premium Member 3 months ago

    Gracie, you need a bigger bag.

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    Otis Rufus Driftwood  3 months ago

    A cleaner environment begins at home.

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    Silence Dogood Premium Member 3 months ago

    Definitely admirable and worthwhile cause,,,go for it, kid!

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    Brent Rosenthal Premium Member 3 months ago

    Yes, Baldo, you certainly can!

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    Aladar30 Premium Member 3 months ago

    That’s too dangerous fora child!

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    mafastore  3 months ago

    Husband grew up with what his mom called “a maid” – meaning her. My mom expected us to keep our rooms neat (ha ha ha), though she did the cleaning until she went back to work when I was in college – but she even she still did most of the housework.

    Husband is better at putting his dirty clothes in the laundry bag in the hall closet. When I was in college and living at home I would pile up my dirty clothes in the corner and then wash them weekly.

    I used to be good at putting my laundry in the bag in the closet nightly also – but in my later years I have learned that I am real good at throwing each dirty laundry item from where I am sitting on our bed to the floor in front of my closet where it will be moved back and forth with the closet door until the night before laundry day when it all goes into the bag. (Goes along with no longer wearing bra unless not wearing a sweatshirt over my tee shirt and other things I no long care about since I became an old lady. Getting old can be fun.)

    Over the decades I have shown husband the proper way to do a variety of household jobs (he tends to vacuum when I don’t for a long enough time), but he had refused how to work the clothes washer and dryer. After he took up loom weaving about 4 years ago he finally learned how to use same as his woven pieces need to be wet set by washing and drying them in same to turn them into fabric instead of just yarns.

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