Wednesday, 1 October 2008

Tranny Cleaning

I am still here, yes I amaze myself at times. I had one of those nights which happen with worrying frequency recently. The dark thoughts happen too often Its not even funny any more, I want it to stop. It probably is no coincidence that my spell check suggests tyranny when I type tranny.

Looks like you're writing yet another post on your gender disphoria. Need some help?

No.

Are you sure? Yes / No.

Yes I am. Leave me alone.

On the positive side I have a new toy, a bagless vacuum, which has incredible suction and it also has the feature which was popularised by Mr Dyson's version of the clear plastic panel so you can see the dust. The downside with most domestic vacuums are that the lead tends to be too short the hoover has to be unplugged as you go from room to room or you need an extension cord.

Another tip cheap polish is just as good as the more expensive brands, so save your money and buy own brand polish, even some economy brands instead.

More tranny cleaning tips someday.

10 comments:

  1. Ah yes, the wonderful cold wet bucket full of doom and gloom which tends to be inconviently balanced on the top of the door waiting to strike when you least expect or need it. I got sick of that happening to myself so I just dived into the icy numb ocean of it a long time ago. Sure, there are better ways to manage and deal with those spells, but here is a secret about my method (if ya can manage not to drown.) After the cold icy tendrils of all encompassing doom and gloom has sufficated your brain, delerium kicks in and everything (even the bad stuff) just really feels teriffic. Got to love being numb to the world cause it sure beats feeling alive ;)

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  2. Oh, and I'm glad to see ya rambling on about a vacuum cleaner. As everyone knows those things are made specifically for women becuase cleaning is "woman's work" as #4 tells me at work all the time. (He finally paid for that last night however when he had to sweep and mop while waiting half the night on inspection dept. because I kept making fun of him. "Thanks for doing my work for me." "I'm glad to see you have finally learned your place." "You are doing a good job there missy." etc.... I almost felt sorry for the poor guy, almost, MUHAHAHA.)

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  3. My own fingers have betrayed me before and signed me as "alian" instead of "alan"...

    My e-mail is on my profile should you ever wish to borrow a candle!

    Having spent a fair amount of time cleaning through the years, it's amazing when you figure out that "Pledge" has real lemon in it, but that pie in the market freezer has imitation lemon in it!

    alan

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  4. When the dust gets really deep, a damp cloth is better than a duster and polish.

    At least for the first pass. Otherwise you will be sneezing all day.

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  5. Cleaning tips? Kim and Aggie would be proud :)

    If dusting in hard to reach places - the tops of cupboards or shelves - try donning a pair of high heels :)

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  6. Does anybody - and I mean ANYbody - actually like that f___ing little paperclip? I mean, do they? Really? Don't the folks at Micro$oft have a quick look around their offices in Redmond, and find that nobody has the little s__t enabled? Don't they ever get a clue?

    The day that little b____rd shows up on my Mac is the day I buy a typewriter on eBay. Seriously.

    Hope your new bagless vacuum cleaner works better than our Hoover copy, 'Alyx'. The trouble with Alyx that it doesn't suck - if you see what I mean. It might be bagless, but it has an expensive filter that clogs within minutes. *sigh*

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  7. Hoovers, what are they? I have a sweeping brush and shovel for the sawdust ;)

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  8. > like that f___ing
    > little paperclip?

    No, and it was dropped from later versions - becoming 'optional'. MS even ran a competition for what Clippy could go and do.

    I suggest body jewellery, but it wasn't printed. :)

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  9. Thanks for the cleaning tips, not sure what all the attachments are for though. As for clippy admitedly not as annoying as Merlin I won't be lamenting its passing.

    As for the spells they come and go.

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