Thursday, August 4, 2011


Maybe I’m holding the bat too tight but spaghetti sauce stains on tupperware make me want to jump off the Brooklyn Bridge. No matter how much you scrub and scrub and scrub and scrub and scrub and scrub and scrub it just refuses to come out. It makes you feel like sadness will takeover the land and death will rain down upon us all. It makes you feel like no matter how hard you try in life nothing will ever work out the way you want it. It makes you feel like grabbing your best friend Thelma’s hand and driving off a cliff together. It makes you feel like fashioning a shirt on a stick so it holds some essentials and jumping on the first empty train car out of here. It makes you feel like wrapping a belt around your neck and holy shit I have to stop listening to this Tracy Chapman record.


  1. or, you could simply use lemon juice to remove the stain completely without scrubbing. Just soak it in lemon juice water or wipe it with lemon juice (usually does the trick) and salt with a sponge. Don't jump- just learn physics. here, I wrote a hub for you:

    1. You may have just saved my life, Jerrico Usher. Your name and your actions lead me to believe you're an archangel. Nobody's ever written a hub for me before. Does it hurt?

  2. Tracy Chapman does often have that effect doesn't she?

  3. And I thought I was the only person who was THIS bothered by these stupid stains.

  4. You could always throw out the tupperware from the 60's and move up to some rubbermaid stain resistant pieces.. maybe you could sell the tupperware at an antique store or *berp*