Get Rick in; QUICK.
He's not allowed, milk upsets his tummy. (He ran and hid under the dining table!)
Was that a case of man in the kitchen? (It could have been so much worse, something like curry and a favourite broken pot.)
Absolutely! At least he helped to mop it up and wash the units down.
Oops! At least it wasn't wine. X
Now that would have made me cry.
I agree with Jules comment and yours!
I dont think i could cope with that - I would just have to hope it happened on the day my very efficient cleaner came.
It took a lot of mopping and wiping to clear it up.
It's amazing how far it goes isn't it.
Isn't it just? Walls, ceiling, everywhere!
What were you rowing about? Next time use the rolling pin instead.
Ha-ha! No, I'll leave the rolling pin in the drawer.
I hope you had plenty of Kitchen Roll. The smell will tell you if you didn't get it all from under the units.
Paul removed the kickboards to clean under the units but it still smells a bit milky!
Oh dear. It actually looks like white paint in the picture! -Jenn
Yikes! What a mess! Sorry!
Look at it from a positive side Sue; it wasn't 2 litres of olive oil. Anyway, I'm sorry.Greetings Maria x
Oops - was that all you said? What a mess, but as Maria so rightly says - at least it wasn't 2 litres of olive oil. A pity it upsets Rick's tummy. Our first dog, Sultan loved milk and would have cleared that up in no time.
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