Where I work we have cleaners who come round several times a day to clear up and put the dishwasher on. Many people here (including me) can be trusted to clear up our mess and put our mugs in the dishwasher, but many more clearly think it's beneath them, and they leave the kitchens in a horrible state for the cleaners. It's embarrassing.
I do hate tea and coffee rounds though. I like to get my own when I want it, so I prefer not to participate. Fortunately the rest of my team feels the same way. (I'd never accept a drink in a round if I wasn't going to take my turn getting them.) I have worked in awful offices where despite me never accepting a drink in a round, they still expected me to "do my fair share" and get the drinks in for everybody else. I hated that. I could understand it if I'd been happily accepting cups of tea from them, but I hadn't so it just felt like bullying.
I'd watch other members of the team go a whole day without a drink because it wasn't their turn and they were waiting for somebody else to do it.
Yeah, the place I mentioned was like that; it was pathetic.