Tell your kids to put left over rice in the trash and not the garbage disposal.
The other day my daughter made rice and it was beyond dry. She didn’t put enough water in the rice maker. So my other daughter dumped it down the drain and $200.00 later we had an unclogged drain.
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24 Replies to “How To Save $200”
Segregating waste properly is indeed very important
It sure is!
👀 $200.00, though?! Goodness!
I know! So ridiculous 🥺
Well said 💫
Big oops 😄
Grim satisfaction that is it not only my children who make boneheaded decisions that cost me oodles of money. Recover that from her child tax rebate next month? “I was going to just give you this $250, but… well… rice…”
🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 right! You threw it down the drain!!!
Which gives me more reason to be thankful that I can take those unwanted for any reason food stuffs and toss them out into the woods for the racoon and possum and the odd cat that shows up too late for the real meals.
Yes!!!!!!!! You are exactly right
Uh oh!!! Loved the plumber’s truck though!!! LOL 🚽
Oh my….laughing so hard right now….totally get it, and have had similar situations with the boys, and me!! ❤️
😂sometimes you just have to laugh. We all make mistakes 🤦🏽♀️
Indeed, 🤣🤣🤣 and, yes, we do. 🤗
Oops- that is one expensive mistake!