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    I just wanted to see how commen it is for people to do chores after school (or possibly work)
    And if you DO engage in housework what type of work is it?
    Are you forced to do it? (Lol)
    I'm responsible for the dishes and laundry.
    Somtimes dusting but I hate it.
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    for me i do chores basically everyday so these might be things like hoovering, dusting, general cleaning, i sometimes cook meals ect. some of these i do by choice but others i am asled to do. the amount all depends on my parents work shifts
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    I don't do chores, I'm supposed to but I don't
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    When I was at school I didn't do them too often, maybe 2 days a week. It normally included some ironing and drying up, sometimes washing up. I did the hoovering on weekends and emptying the dishwasher too whenever it needed doing. Now I'm at uni I still hardly do chores, but I really should.
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    Everyday. I guess everyone's family is different. But I have to hoover, cook, clean, tidy and look after the cats every day. Then on a weekly basis I do my clothes washing (including drying and ironing), clean bathrooms, groom the cats, tidy my room, sort my lunches out for the week and finally check the car. But like I said I guess everyone is different
 
 
 
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