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A domestic helper got cheeky recently posting a photo of a note to employers to clean up after them on her day off.

The note read: “Mum/Sir. Please. Wash plates, spoon pork (sic) and etc. It’s my day off today!! Also clean the floor!! Thanks. From: Kunyang.

The note was stuck under the microwave and above the sink, which in all honesty was empty of dirty dishes.

The funny post drew many laughing reactions on a private Facebook page, where it was posted on June 4 (Saturday).

Some commentators responded that the employer’s response would be, “OK, but when you come back!” Pack your things!

Another commenter warned that the note could end up becoming content on TikTok.

She argued, however, that the note could be real, especially if the caregiver has a close relationship with their employer.

“Only the original poster knows the answer behind this written order“, added the internet user.

Some, however, found the message relevant.

Others said their employers are kind and considerate on their days off and keep the house, especially the kitchen, as clean as when help leaves.

“When they cook, they also clean and wash the dishes they used,” an aide added.

Another said her employer is the same because she knows the helper doesn’t like the kitchen to be dirty when she leaves.

“They know I’m more demanding than them,” she added.

One assistant said her employers even take out the trash themselves when she is on leave.

Another helper wrote that she didn’t need to leave such a note because when she comes back from her day off, she asks, “Who is going to wash your dirty dishes today?”

The children she supervises respond immediately: “Auntie, wait a bit, I’m going to wash, I promise”, because they are responsible for doing it on the day of rest for the helper.

Another wrote that some employers are nice and know the nanny is just kidding.

Others said, however, that the aide’s courage to write such an assertive note is reserved for social media, implying that she would never give a note like this to her employers.

Other commenters teased her about a misspelling “fork”, saying her pork can’t be washed with soap.

/TISG

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