I wash floor with just water and lavender essence, maybe some other essences too. Also just water to clean furniture.
Laundry could be washed in a sink with warm water and lavender and a bit of soap, but it's too bad that socks simply have to be put in the machine, otherwise they become too stiff. While I'm at it, it's good to put the underwear there as well for the hygiene purposes. So I use eco-friendly liquid washing powder but I know these things can only be eco-friendly that much.
Still better than pouring pure chemistry into waters. Most of Goddess' magic goes through water I believe, so if you pour heavy chemistry into waters not only your magic will not work, water nymphs will come to your house and kick your butt too.
Mr Crowley wrote:
We drank from a fountain when we were thirsty instead of using a cup or a plastic bottle every time we had a drink of water.
Yeah I still drink the tap water although people are getting more and more (rightfully) pussified about it. Still the other half of the city has worse water source with people, in country with (said to be) second best drinking water reserves per habitant, being so retarded to keep various waste buried underground thus poisoning these reserves!!! Also village people tossing chemical/fecal dump into fields because they don't want to pay for the service of legal disposing of it.
What could the people living in more dry regions of the Earth actually do? Do they survive on the bottled water?
I heard middle east evaporates sea water and collects the vapour into sweet water but it is still said to be rough for kidneys.
Also the survival guide would suggest to filter water through cotton shirt, sand and charcoal ... anyone had guts to try it out?
Mr Crowley wrote: Back then, people took the streetcar or a bus and kids rode their bikes to school or walked instead of turning their moms into a 24-hour taxi service in the family's $45,000 SUV or van
Oh how do I hate children, let me count the ways...
They seem to be risen into an attitude that the whole world is supposed to belong to them. I don't get it.
When neighbor's kids start shrieking I replay in my mind video of George Carlin - How to raise a child. On an infinite loop.