By Zoe Sternberg
Rachel, 55, and Harry, 58, from Scarsdale, NY, have been married for 30 years. They have two older children and one 15 year-old daughter, Lennie. Rachel complains that she constantly finds dirty dishes that her husband leaves in the sink instead of the dishwasher. Harry argues that he is usually in a rush to take their daughter to school and that the dishwasher is always full of clean dishes.
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She says: My husband has a way of using several pots, dishes, cups, mugs, etc. every morning, but he never manages to get any of them into the dishwasher, leaving me with the task. Often times the pots and dishes have oatmeal or soup stuck to them and it's very hard to clean. It is almost a guarantee that every time I walk into the kitchen, a sink full of dirty dishes awaits me. Ugh!
He says: Her version is a gross exaggeration. Most of the time there areRead More »from Settle an Argument: Who Should Do the Dishes?!