Let’s get one thing straight —
The Cleaner doesn’t care about you.
The Cleaner doesn’t care what you did over the weekend — what you ate. What you drank.
The Cleaner doesn’t care about why you ordered a cheeseburger when you swore you wouldn’t.
The Cleaner doesn’t want to know why you hit the wine or the candy stash after a long day at work or with the kids.
You see, The Cleaner doesn’t concern himself with these matters, because they won’t change the task at hand.
The Cleaner simply has a job to do.
Especially on Mondays, when The Cleaner always seems to have extra work to do.
Definition: in crime fiction, the Cleaner is someone who comes in to deal with a botched crime scene.