The Buckets by Greg Cravens for June 10, 2021

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    Eddie really has the bachelor’s perspective on the kitchen.

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    whahoppened  almost 3 years ago

    Really gonna flip when he sees what’s used in the garden!

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    david_42  almost 3 years ago

    We have so many small kitchen appliances, we store about half of them in the laundry room. I need to drag a slow cooker down tomorrow to make Chili Verde, there was a BOGO sale on pork this week.

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    Steverino Premium Member almost 3 years ago

    What are these?


    You’re welcome

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    Doctor Toon  almost 3 years ago

    Those things do get used in our house, when I do the dishes I make sure everything is clean and put away and I’ve seen them all

    I dont use any of that stuff, my wife does

    When I make food it is just opening boxes and working the microwave

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    karmakat01  almost 3 years ago

    how would he react to a doctor’s office or a mechanic?

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    cuzinron47  almost 3 years ago

    I have to admit, they do look like instruments of torture.

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    Plods with ...™  almost 3 years ago

    It isn’t???

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    gopher gofer  almost 3 years ago

    wait ’til he finds the magic bullet…

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    [Unnamed Reader - 8f7cf7]  almost 3 years ago

    My sister is in a nursing home right now with dementia. I’m trying to clear out the house have lived in for 23 years, which was our parents. We had a house ourselves for 22 years till my father passed away in 1996. Even though we had moved in our parents house, we still had the other house stuff in it for twenty years. Finally we running out money (our mother passed away in 2016) . I had to sell the other house in 2018. I was bringing items in a cart or a red wagon. I never drove. My sister did but there was no car and gave up her licence. Now I have tried to get rid of stuff over the past two years. She did not want me to get rid her things saying paid for that. But she hasn’t worked since 1977. It was my money that she used. I didn’t mind. We bought alot records and books. Right now there about 5,000 LPs, 2,000 78s and 25,000 to 30,000 books. They’ve taken about 22,000 dollars for the nursing home. I only money left to live in here for a year. So I have to sell. Now I’ve been diagnosed as mild cognitive impairment. It runs in the family.

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    ebrooks  almost 2 years ago

    Eddie: Wait, what are you making that requires tongs & a big ol’ meat thermometer? it dawns on him & he heads for the hills

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