What are five kinds of house work you HATE to do most, in descending order?

Here’s mine:

  1. Changing the sheets: My mom and mother-in-law both agree that bedclothes should be changed once a month. Well, screw that. This has got to be The Most Annoying piece of housework on my list and should be relegated to when you have NOTHING left in the house to clean/change/fix. Don’t get me wrong. I love clean sheets as much as the next person and am the kind to bring my own sheets and pillowcases whenever we’re going to stay in a motel. I just don’t like changing them. HATE IT!
  2. Doing the laundry. This was on top yesterday, but because I had to change the sheets today, it got bumped down.
  3. Vacuuming. I have a love-hate relationship with vacuuming. I like to vacuum only when it’s REALLY dirty. But you can’t see dust, and so even though the house ‘looks’ clean, the fact that my carpet could be harbouring an inch of dust and fungus and mould just irks me that I will reluctantly vacuum, cursing ceaselessly as I do it because I am not receiving ANY visual gratification that it’s any cleaner than before. It’s just irritating!
  4. Doing the dishes. I don’t know how I’ll survive without the dishwasher.
  5. Scrubbing pots and pans. Asian cooking is messy and oily and often leaves pots and pans with stubborn residue at the bottom of our soups and stews and curries. For instance, steamed egg with minced pork residue is one SONAVAbitch to clean. You have to soak it in baking soda for a few days for everything to come out. What the fack is up with that?

There. You go.