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Old 06-17-2010, 11:02 PM   #21
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Some fans would of dried that primer quickly too.
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Old 06-17-2010, 11:03 PM   #22
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No! I really do that
sorry but it was asking for it. And that was nothing like my old self.
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I don't allow any of my peps to use the restooms. I also don't allow them to use their stuff, such as hair, drier, vacumes, etc.
How about computers, is that ok?
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Nothing that belongs to the HO. Cause if I or they brake it I bought it. And if I'm going to buy it it's gonna be for ME!
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Well I guess I'm out of the norm here on the bathroom use. I allow the crew to use the bathroom if the customer offers it to us. As long as we are clean about it and don't make a mess it's alright with me. I usually try to use a basement or common area bath. Never the master bath or another bath connected to a specific bedroom.
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Nothing that belongs to the HO. Cause if I or they brake it I bought it. And if I'm going to buy it it's gonna be for ME!
Hair brushes ok?
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so you just happen to find a hair dryer?
I actually did. I guess the thing is... I was texturing and painting their 3 bathrooms. I did two. Now I finished the last. I went in the first two to see how the end result looked after they decorated. I noticed the hairdryer on the counter. I had a fan in the last bathroom but it was taking forever. So I busted out that dryer.
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Old 06-17-2010, 11:25 PM   #27
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Well I guess I'm out of the norm here on the bathroom use. I allow the crew to use the bathroom if the customer offers it to us. As long as we are clean about it and don't make a mess it's alright with me. I usually try to use a basement or common area bath. Never the master bath or another bath connected to a specific bedroom.
How about trying to take a sh!t before you go to work.
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How about trying to take a sh!t before you go to work.
Didn't think of that. I'll make a note of it for the future......
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How about trying to take a sh!t before you go to work.
sharts happen?
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I hate when that happens
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Nothing like ripping a good fart to break up the monotony of the job. Farting is allowed sharting is not. If we carried baby wipes I might consider.
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There is always a empty fiver in the back of the van for those who must grow a tail.
The things us men talk about, no wonder women don't care for us.
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This is the real reason all painters should have a van. Let see you truck guys do that.
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