I didn't empty the dishwasher.
I didn't clean out the waterbath canner.
I didn't trim up garlic.
I didn't talk to another human being besides someone that could barely speak English (INGLISH) and was asking me about a potential job.
I didn't sweep or vacuum anything.
I didn't hear from my youngest (it has been 3 weeks now)
I didn't use any swear words.
I didn't have any tantrums (I never do.)
I didn't eat anything I wasn't planning on eating.
I didn't take a nap.
I didn't buy anything.
I didn't make any messes.
I didn't tell anyone off electronically (I never do, though that may change.)
It can be a good thing or a bad thing.
We have issues here, both when my son was here and now just me and 'you know who'. (How do I punctuate that correctly? When to use single or double quotes?)
It's called the blame game. I didn't do it, you didn't do it, no one did it, it must be that other person.
When 'you know who' gets home from work, this is how I handle it.
"We were broken into today, that banana that is gone, the last banana, is missing. They stole the last banana, yet they left my laptop, Thank God."
Another one was this. "I couldn't believe it. I woke up and someone had broken in, put the toilet bowl cleaner on the toilet tank and left the cabinet open under the sink, and then they didn't clean the toilet."
I get 90% more confessions this way.