"It was a couple of days of 'Why isn’t this foaming?!'" the woman admitted. "I come to realize it was a dried-out square of Tillamook sharp cheddar cheese."
We all have those moments which we recollect and laugh at ourselves for. Miley has got something to laugh about for her lifetime. Miley, from Vancouver, Washington, has diligently been washing her hands with "soap", given the circumstances, especially. However, she probably noticed that there was just no lather and investigated to see why her rather fancy soap wasn't like regular soap. That's when she made the mindblowing discovery that the soap was, in fact, a block of cheese! She immediately took to Reddit to share the incident with the world!
She shared the photo with the caption: "Just realized my soap wasn’t working because it’s literally a block of cheese". She thought she was washing her hands with soap and was quite amused at her discovery, and like she told Cafe Mom, it was nothing but a silly mistake. "I spend a lot of time doing chores/washing my hands and I tend to use a bar soap like that [unscented, yellowed] because my hands get dry." She just thought this was an unscented soap, but how did she realize it wasn't soap, to begin with? Well, she says she wondered why the soap wasn't exhibiting soap behavior.
"It was a couple of days of 'Why isn’t this foaming?!'" Miley admitted. "I come to realize it was a dried-out square of Tillamook sharp cheddar cheese." As for how this may have happened, Miley blames alcohol. She said that she may have left it out when she was intoxicated and the next day she probably forgot about the whole incident. "I suspect I left it out when I was intoxicated and just forgot," she said. Yes, artisanal soaps are fancy and realistic, but they do lather. I mean, it's something that could happen to anyone of us, right? Miley's honest mistake, however, gave the internet a good laugh!
User MidianLoveCraft had a confession to make, too. I decided to do the dishes as the sink was full and my coworker always put liquid soap in a regular glass and put water in it to thin it. We had been using some blue soap for a while, but I hadn’t used that before. But my god, I thought to myself why the heck they used that because it sucked. I did the dishes anyway and put it on a tray to dry up. Next day when I came to work I saw my boss Redo the dishes. I was confused, little annoyed cause I already did them and felt like she didn’t think I did a good job. Well, I walked over to her to confront her when she turned around and asked if I knew why everything was so extremely sticky?
I answered no cause I did them yesterday when I noticed the soap she was using was green instead of blue. A sudden realization came over me, that one of my coworkers drinks Blueberry Amino drink. He had put it in a glass next to the sink when he had to jump into the store a forgot about it. Yes, I did all the dishes using Amino drink as a soap. They never let it go and I’m still when I go visit, teased about this. They're not the only ones to make such mistakes. Recently, an American tourist mistook their complimentary fudge for a bar of soap at a Scottish guest house, reports Daily Mail. The incident went viral after the left a review saying that they had a pleasant stay, but the soap that was left on their bed was of poor quality.
American Tourist Complains To Scottish Hotel After Mistakenly Using Fudge As Soap pic.twitter.com/nrOBzHe1To— Harry (@Jamess12316) March 12, 2020
The man, known as Thomas, left a comment that read: "You have got to do something with that brown tablet bar of soap you put on each of our beds. Not only was it gritty and left an oily residue but disintegrated before the shower was done. I have had much better exfoliating bar scrubs." Well, that's because it's nothing but a bar of Mrs. Tilly's tablet. Apparently, the makers also responded. While we are delighted to see our Famous Scottish tablet as an in-room treat in a guest house in the beautiful Skye, we would like to remind everyone that it is best to eat the deliciously indulgent sweet treat, using it as soap isn't one of our serving suggestions. Fun times!