Last night, local husband, Braxton, announced to his wife that the pan was still soaking. This news has sent shockwaves throughout the household, leaving the missus speechless and in disbelief.
According to Braxton, the pan in question desperately needed a good soak, and he couldn’t wait to get his hands on it. “We had steak for dinner, and I couldn’t get all the fat off,” he said, “I gave up after 5 minutes of scrubbing.”
The missus was said to be “stunned” by the news. “I can’t believe it,” she told The Bendigo Standard. “Braxton has never been one for washing dishes, let alone soaking them. I don’t know what to think.”
Despite the missus’s reservations, Braxton remained steadfast in his commitment to the soaking pan. “I know it may seem unusual,” he said, “but the pan is non-stick and needs to just sit there for a bit.”
Braxton’s bold move has sparked a heated debate online, with some calling it a “revolutionary approach to dish-washing,” while others see it as nothing more than a “stalling tactic.”
The missus commented, “Braxton is trying to avoid doing the dishes. He’s trying to save himself some work by getting me to do it.”
However, Braxton remains unfazed by the criticism. “All I’m doing is giving that pan the love and attention it deserves.”