Soap is the most useful, i could go on and on but you only ask for one.
Toilets and sinks are very useful, so are refrigerators and ovens. . . If you are asking beyond the basic . . . everyone needs a good dog.
The hair dryer is very useful for drying hair, and it can be used on frozen pipes in the wintertime to unthaw them, in case they get frozen.
Water, I use it to wash, to drink to cook . You can even use it to cool and to heat.
The kitchen timer. I use it constantly for timing everything, in the kitchen and out, and for a reminder to do things, although when it goes off, sometimes I've forgotten what I was suppoed to do!
It's definitely the microwave. Theres no reason to cook with anything else.
The prayer room is most useful room for the balancing mind and to start the day with a positive belief in our spirit - mind wise.
Then the list of most important things....i would say Tooth brush and tooth paste...for me...lol ...as i don feel liking even looking at myself without the uses of this in the early mornings - its physically.
A sink. I was going to answer toilet but then thought that you can do more with a sink. You can clean all sorts of things (including babies), prepare food and obtain water from it. Heck if you have a garbage disposal you can add that to the list too. ^_^
Given my name you'd think I'd say something in my bathroom lol, but no it's most likely my oven. It fufills my basic need to eat and I would be a bit lost without it!
Beyond the basics though it's probably my PC. I'm not sure how I'd cope without the Internet these days!
Difficult, but I think my dish washer or my washing machine.
Must not think about doing it all by hand!
As far as things actually attached to the house - a shower/tub. I considered a sink, but you can get all of the sink uses with a shower, plus you can bathe yourself.
If it's what I bring into a home, I love my Dr. Bronner's, which is an 18-in-1 soap. (I'm not very brand loyal, I just like how you can use this highly concentrated liquid to do everything from laundry to cleaning to brushing your teeth.)
I asked that to me wife and she simply said "the bed", an answer that perked my ears. But hold on, and before you get any funny ideas, she added because you can sleep in the bed as long as you like.
A coffee pot because without one I'd be totally useless myself. I got to have that one strong cup of morning brew to get me started for the day.
I think the most useful gadget I own is a little razorblade scraper. I got it for my smooth top range but I use it for practically everything! I scrape things out of my stainless steel cookware with it, I have used it for gooey messes on the glass refridgerator shelves, I have scraped dough off the countertops and baked on messes off my cookie sheets(Do not use on nonstick coatings). I even use it to scrape baked on lasagne out of my glass baking dish!
mosquito killer .... Can't imagine without it ;-)
Me! I cook, I clean, I laundry, I nurse boo boos, I referee arguments, I watch movies and play with kids.... Totally me. Duh.
by javid1985 8 years ago
How useful do you find the creation of folders in your computer?
by Mayank Agrawal 6 years ago
Are you more worried about doing things right, or doing the right things?Now a days there is a very common thing which is called compromise but some peoples worried about the thing they do and some peoples do the right thing with lots of hard work.........
by Michael S 8 years ago
What is the most useful item in your kitchen?I find that my spatula and bleach cleaner are indispensable to the kitchen. What keeps your kitchen cooking?
by Moxy Lewis 10 years ago
Hi there, thanks for the post! It's very useful for my coming trip to Penang. However I read...that currently the railway going up Penang Hill is temperarily unavailable until Nov, is Penang Hill itself worth visiting then? Thx!
by Madugundu Krishna 4 years ago
Neem (margosa) leaves paste is very useful in brushing the tooth. It’s repair the bad teeth?
by Onusonus 9 years ago
Dear parenting magazine, I just received your latest issue and I couldn't help but notice that out of over one hundred pages only ten of them had actual articles addressing parenting advise and other related content. The rest of the magazine was a catalog of consumer products for sale. That is a...
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