The Problem With South Africa Is A Dirty Teaspoon

From Mike Stopforth Tue Feb 19 2013, 06:32:51

In our office at Cerebra there is a sink. One of the shiny silver ones. Unlike most offices, our kitchen is in the open, not hidden behind a door, and is often the social hub of our little space. So it's important that it stays clean. Unfortunately, it never does. It starts off clean, mind [...]

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