Why is the trash can always full and the ice cube tray always empty?
I just wonder whether this is following some basic law of nature. Is there an equation that can help us calculate the rate at which this inverse relationship works? Is the equation that determines the fullness of the trashcan similar to the equation for the dishes in the sink?
It's just one of the unfathomable mysteries of the Universe, Miles ... on a par with falling bread always landing butter side down and the fact that you only notice there is no toilet paper ... afterwards.
Sorry can't be more helpful :-)
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