Wednesday, February 11, 2009

"hands-and-knees"


this is especially true if your knees are filthy. Or something. Thanks Jeremy.

7 comments:

Ryan said...

This one actually seems correct to me! They seem to be comparing their result to a clean that looks as if you got on your hands and knees, even though you might not have that's not necessarily how you cleaned it.

davidcupp said...

I agree with Ryan, this one struck me as being appropriate.

lattégirl said...

I'm trying to figure out the difference between a hard floor and a... uh, the alternative? My mind is simply whirling with images of ceramic versus hardwood versus pine versus linoleum.

bethany said...

carpet.

Ryan said...

Dang, I hate it when I proofread, edit, then forget to proofread again. My above post "should" ;-) have read:

This one actually seems correct to me! They seem to be comparing their result to a clean that looks as if you got on your hands and knees, even though you that's not necessarily how you cleaned it.

Jessica B. Burstrem said...

Yep, Ryan and davidcupp, a so-called "hands-and-knees" clean. Makes sense to me.

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