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Okay Ill admit it Im one of those housewives known to spend a lazy afternoon watching soap operas Ive also spent entire days running up the total of the Mastercard at suburban shopping malls Ive even spent my mornings on the telephone talking to whomever for one two or three hours Why Ill tell you why To avoid the most futile frustrating and mundane job ever imposed on mankind Housework Im not referring to the once or twice a year heavy stuff such as scrubbing windows or evicting the spiders from behind the piano Im talking about the everyday type of housework The dust on the television the laundry overflowing the hamper the dishes that completely conceal the countertop andthe bathroom Lets face it There isnt anything more futile than spending the precious moments of life creating a Mr Clean shine throughout the entire house when I know deep inside my soul that the model home appearance would last only if I were to evict the family board the windows and lock the doors Take dusting for instance Dust is a constant Even as the rag sprayed with a cleaner guaranteed to please an asthmatic is wiped from one end of the furniture to the other the dust begins to settle onto the area again There is no such thing as a dust-free environment Just ask the asthmatic who by the way is allergic to the spray cleaner Does it ever go away No The rag after use is shaken outside What does it disperse into the air Dust Using a vacuum cleaner produces the same problem The vacuum sucks the dust from the rug The vacuum cleaner bag is filled with dust The bag is removed and tossed into the trash The trash is burned at the incinerator which fills the air withdust Dust has no mercy Laundry and dishes fall into the category of an endless parade of things to wash
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