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Nov 20, 2017

Legally Binding: ‘thou shalt not leave teabags in the sink’ (and other domestic commandments)

Crikey presents further amendments to The Social Contract, care of writer, broadcaster, and legal expert Lorin Clarke.

Introducing the second in a new humour series by Lorin Clarke, writer, broadcaster and law graduate, formerly The Social Contract. As always, reader feedback is welcomed.

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3 thoughts on “Legally Binding: ‘thou shalt not leave teabags in the sink’ (and other domestic commandments)

  1. Roger Clifton

    The declaration, I will cook it and you will clean up, should be taken as hostile. Counter it immediately with the requirement, if you cook, you wash. The result maybe that you go hungry that night, but you will escape from a bondage no bachelor should countenance.

  2. Ari Sharp

    Clever format. I like it. More please!

  3. christine@briarbird.com

    I would like clarification of the ruling on toothpaste reminants left strewn all over the bathroom sink. Mortifying.