In breaking news, it can be revealed that the frypan currently soaking in the sink will still be there when the water eventually gets cold. The frypan, a flippant legacy of a decent sanitation stint at the kitchen sink, was left “soaking” after the washer of the dishes made the executive decision that they’d had enough of cleaning up for now.

While, in isolation, that judgement seems sound, the reality that the pan will now become someone else’s problem by the time the water reaches an uncomfortably frigid temperature, is likely to cause a future issue amongst the inhabitants of the household.

Inside sources suggest that if the pan is, indeed, still soaking by the time the water goes cold, it will most definitely not be an isolated incident. The source said, “This happens all the time. And there’s nothing worse than fishing a still dirty dish out of cold water in the morning. It’s gross.”