Lilly's fetish with Lysol has a forerunner (in She's All That). I am the bleach queen. I love bleach. I love it in the laundry, I love it in the bathroom, I love it in the kitchen. Bleach is my friend.
I have countless pairs of jeans with bleach spots on them, but it only shows my loyalty to my beloved. Where else can you get a huge jug of clean for $1.69 that will make your whole house smell sparkling and inviting? When I go to the grocery store, some women have trouble in the cookie aisle? I can't go down the bleach aisle without seeing what new "flavors" they have.
And yet, my husband still asks me when I get home, "Don't we already have bleach?"
Baby, you can NEVER have enough bleach. Oh and now, I've added Mr. Clean sponges to my list of power buying at the store. Has anyone used these babies? They are amazing, they'll get anything off a wall and they won't take the paint off. They're like Little Cats A-Z in Cat and the Hat Comes Back. Amazing.http://www.livescience.com/humanbiology/060207_parent_depression.html
Oh here's a little study from the DUH department. Just thought it was fun.