The Mighty Dishwasher

It is reported that people who wash dishes manually develop a very interesting condition (some would say).


Because one is forced to grip wet, soapy, often smooth dishes. Those that regularly wash dishes by hand develop an aquatic grip. This aquatic grip is a layer of skin that is very very thin and has tiny tentacle like bumps. These bumps are incredibly flexible and when wet, tangle and stick to smooth surfaces.

When the soap breaks the tension between these individuals skin oils it forms a conjoined bond between the hand and the dish due to the tension being in other locations where the soap/water is much less combined.


Pretty cool ‘condition’.


~Gaian Helmers


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