Uncategorized Squally Rota April 28, 2009 Share the post "Squally Rota" FacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleUponE-mail Desperate times call for desperate measures. Comments Comments You Might Also Like Suck On This: Fashion Through A Steamy Lens June 8, 2010 Hamilton Morris, Prophet of Pharmacology November 24, 2010 More Things I Hate And A Few Things I Don’t August 1, 2009 3 Comments Reply ashleigh - xo April 29, 2009 at 7:20 am glad to see that you are not resorting to slaves anymore – lol Reply use April 30, 2009 at 12:44 pm good luck with that – clearly a rota drawn up by people who never do their own cleaning – you seriously gonna clean each room every day? as if! not even my anally retentive cousin Hattie would do that.10/10 for enthusiasm tho. heh. Reply irrational numbers and fears April 30, 2009 at 9:29 pm what happens if housemates start planning to disappear off for “work” or “family” commitments or holidays, over the days they are supposed to clean up? Is there a contingency plan? do they arrange to swap days? or is a log book kept of how many days each person has missed so that in the case of a shortage of bodies on a particularly hot rot-inducing summers day, the book can be referred to, to call upon the slackers to forfeit their plans for the day and make up for missing duties the first time round, with the additional duties required for that day. will there be a limit to how many time a person can skip their duties before some course of action is to be taken? is there a contract of some sort, which all house mates have agreed to, outlining the rules and conditions for these tasks. so that in the case of a dispute, someone can tap their index finder on the contract and win all arguments?? what happens if a problem (e.g. leaky pipe, freezer defrosting, dead rats, bag of shit [as you’ve previously described existing at Squallyoaks]) is discovered but then left (or hidden) for someone else to find and sort out the next day? Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website Previous Post Jesus Loves Me? Next Post What’s an STD?