A tisket, a tasket, a bad disposal gasket. Food for thought.
The first words - tisket and tasket - are nothing words really. They are merely alliterative to go with the children's sing song.
And the rubber disposal cover is technically not a gasket, but it's referred to as one.
However we have a holiday coming up!
Just imagine cleaning up after the big meal, scraping plates into the sink, and squishing it all down into the disposal, as we are wont to do.
Then, dutifully turning on the water to then turn on the disposal.
Out spurts all kinds of goopy dinner debris! And who is standing there?
Well, whoever said thanks for this great dinner and can I help to clean up?? Or you.
Either way. There is a reason for the rubber seal. If it's wide open, well, think carefully.
It's wide open!
And the disposal is NOT an IN sink-erator. It's an IN YOUR FACE sink-erator!
AND YOU GET TO ENJOY SOME LEFTOVERS BEFORE ANYONE ELSE!
Have a nice time! You leftover hog, you. Sidle up to the sink!
A tisket, a tasket, a bad disposal gasket... Dig in!
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