While looking through our Twitter feed we found these dishwasher tweets to share with you.
We start off with some practical advice:
Soap film coating your dishwasher? Run it on an empty cycle using vinegar instead of detergent which will clean it and remove film.
— Busy Household (@BusyHousehold) May 16, 2014
And another post describing a scene where some advice may have helped....
"What the…! Who used Dish soap in the dishwasher?!" Tup's mom wailed as she waded thru the overflow of bubbles. Somebody's in trouble… #FP
— ApplianceTechs_Marin (@ATOMsanRafael) May 9, 2014
Here is some more practical advice, but it really only applies to beekeepers.Which just goes to show, you never know what you will learn on Twitter.
Today I learned beehives are dishwasher safe. pic.twitter.com/dp0GErDWce
— Micah Scott (@scanlime) May 6, 2014
I'd suspect we have more readers who dabble in painting than we have that dabble in beekeeping. This tip is for them...
Top tip from Daddy. Keep the cutlery thing from your old dishwasher to store your paint brushes :) pic.twitter.com/034W1WMyCQ
— TheChasinRacers (@TheChasinRacers) May 10, 2014
Maybe video games are more your "thing". Hey, even they can have a dishwasher tie-in...
I'd like to take this moment to thank Tetris for making me really good at loading my dishwasher.
— Tyler The Creator (@TyIerThaCreator) May 9, 2014
Unfortunately, dishwashers can bring out some tensions between men and women sometimes...
My Duke gender equity water bottle melted in the dishwasher. I'm sure there's a metaphor in this somewhere. pic.twitter.com/XBcUlCFRa6
— Kara N. Slade (@KaraNSlade) May 6, 2014
Things like this can happen...
Good stakes for a thriller: a guy trying to keep his wife from finding out he doesn't know how to work the washing machine or the dishwasher
— Matt Selman (@mattselman) May 13, 2014
Which can then lead to this...
Don't want to brag, but guess who got dishwasher-unsafe dishes for Mother's Day? Yep, I was gifted with chores! My life is complete.
— AcerbicSuburban (@AcerbicSuburban) May 12, 2014
There should be some sort of bat signal that lets husbands know the dishwasher is empty so they feel safe to come home.
— Kristin Long (@KNL123) May 10, 2014
To close out, we also found a dishwasher posting tweets to Twitter. This tweet isn't bad but this dishwasher lies. Some of its tweets can be a little adult oriented, but most are just funny comments on other dishwasher related tweets.
Recent studies show that dish washers won't talk dirty to you
— The Dish Washer (@YoDishWasher_) May 15, 2014
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