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Old 01-23-2010, 12:40 PM   #61
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See, depending on the situation, my post is sometimes a short length, and sometimes my post is a long length.

Where as, some people's posts are only capable of reaching short lengths no matter what.

I am just glad that without trying, I wield a post that is longer than average, and when I am really motivated, my post can be very, very long.
Man I'm slow! I just got this. LOL!!
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Old 01-23-2010, 12:57 PM   #62
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Why would I be upset?

Your comment set me up perfectly to execute a very entertaining exercise in double entendres.

And I think it is safe to say that I have established a very clear pecking order regarding the length of the posts of PaintTalk members.



I only wish there was a separate and dedicated LOL button in addition to the thanks button.

If people could express their LOLs with a simple click, I think it would add quite a bit of collective humor to the forums.
Here you go man.. just made you one.

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Old 01-23-2010, 08:18 PM   #63
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Fifty five post about a toilet! Is this considered a symptom of cabin fever?

Unlike Last Craftsman, who can turn a post about a toilet into an epic best selling novel,

I'll keep it to my standard one two.

1. Do not remove toilets (unless there is a disclaimer )
2. There is more to worry our pretty little heads about besides toilets.

Lot of crap for such a for subject with such minor importance??

P.S. Why is it that a reply from here might go to my spam folder. When I start to delete it, I am asked if I am sure I want to delete this meesage. This not the first time.

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P.S. Why is it that a reply from here might go to my spam folder. When I start to delete it, I am asked if I am sure I want to delete this meesage. This not the first time.
We are talking about email notifications right?
It looks like you are set to recieve instant email notification to threads. Could it be a setting in your email account? Do you have a email folder for PT?
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No I do not. I have a folder to save some things from ct, but these go to the spam folder. In fact this was in the spam folder and I have pm notification in it too, which I will get too as soon as I finish this.
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I would set up a PT folder or use the CT folder and set the rules for the PT messages to go into the folder and see if that solves it.
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Fifty five post about a toilet! Is this considered a symptom of cabin fever?

Unlike Last Craftsman, who can turn a post about a toilet into an epic best selling novel,

I'll keep it to my standard one two.

1. Do not remove toilets (unless there is a disclaimer )
2. There is more to worry our pretty little heads about besides toilets.

24 post are from mods.....
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24 post are from mods.....
21 of them are probably from me. I can side track a thread pretty good when i am not thinking about it.
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25 ------you guys just really know your "crap"
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See, depending on the situation, my post is sometimes a short length, and sometimes my post is a long length.

Where as, some people's posts are only capable of reaching short lengths no matter what.

I am just glad that without trying, I wield a post that is longer than average, and when I am really motivated, my post can be very, very long.

Man I'm slow! I just got this. LOL!!




I am surprised the awkward grammar didn't tip you off.

I figured a couple people missed it.

It broke my heart to do it, but I resorted to a more brutish delivery the second time around to make sure there were no stragglers.

Ahh...the sacrifices I make for my art.



Subtlety is a luxury in a thread about toilets I guess.

What a shame, it was much funnier the first time around, and not a single thanks.

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Old 01-24-2010, 10:37 AM   #73
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I am surprised the awkward grammar didn't tip you off.

I figured a couple people missed it.

It broke my heart to do it, but I resorted to a more brutish delivery the second time around to make sure there were no stragglers.

Ahh...the sacrifices I make for my art.



Subtlety is a luxury in a thread about toilets I guess.

What a shame, it was much funnier the first time around, and not a single thanks.

Nice job LC. I'll Try to be more aware in the future.

I'm not sure how many people knew. No one seemed to pick up the ball, so to speak, with the double entendres. Maybe that's why you didn't get a THANKS

Anyway, Thanks
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OH.. and I did notice the staggering speech. I just thought you were drunk.
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??? Do you guys fill in the nail holes behind the toilets also? Just wondering.....
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??? Do you guys fill in the nail holes behind the toilets also? Just wondering.....
Sure, just take the toothpaste off the vanity and voila!
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this thread reminds me of the bathroom I had to paper in a total reno in Cambridge. It was one of those jobs where the GC insisted I do this one area even though there was MASSIVE amounts of work going on. AND, oh ya, it was the toilet the workers were using.

Literally had to put on the boots, the long HD rubber gloves, and throw a pail of hot water and bleach at it and then mop it up.



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