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 Post subject: Definitely some milestones
PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 1:12 am 
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Tonight I stayed in to take care of some several "odd" handy man - ish types of jobs around my house. So, I grabbed items that looked to me like they qualified as "tools," put on my construction hat, a pair of safety goggles, some ear protector muff thingies, construction gloves, heavy duty overauls (spelling?), tied my hair back (WHICH I NEVER DO) and off I went, ready to conquer the man's world. I started slow and worked my way up:

a) I changed the lightbulb in my bedroom (finally after weeks of using candles).

b) I fixed the sliding door of the laundry area.

c) I re-cocked the bathtub (the white dap stuff or whatever you call it). I must admit it was as straight and perfect as a LASER BEAM the dap job that I did.

I am now feeling quite in touch with my masculine side and am ready to take apart and re-build my car engine! 8) 8)

Bring on the manliest of man jobs - bring :twisted: it :twisted: on :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

And before anybody even THINKS about posting that this is sexist, DEAL WITH IT!!!! :P :P :P :P :P

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While I think that "dressing up" to take care of those jobs may border on the "girly" side :lol: , I'm proud of you! :D

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compassionategirl wrote:
Tonight I stayed in to take care of some several "odd" handy man - ish types of jobs around my house. So, I grabbed items that looked to me like they qualified as "tools," put on my construction hat, a pair of safety goggles, some ear protector muff thingies, construction gloves, heavy duty overauls (spelling?), tied my hair back (WHICH I NEVER DO) and off I went, ready to conquer the man's world.

:lol:

CG! :D

That must have been a sight! :D

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a) I changed the lightbulb in my bedroom (finally after weeks of using candles).

Hm, what's wrong about candles in the bedroom? ;)
Very romantic 8)


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a) I changed the lightbulb in my bedroom (finally after weeks of using candles).

b) I fixed the sliding door of the laundry area.

c) I re-cocked the bathtub (the white dap stuff or whatever you call it). I must admit it was as straight and perfect as a LASER BEAM the dap job that I did.

I am now feeling quite in touch with my masculine side and am ready to take apart and re-build my car engine! 8) 8)

:lol:

Good that i have K-Oz to do all this masculine stuff :P (I'm masculine enough in the gym ;) )
She's the handy man, i'm the cook :D
No wait, she's also the cook... but, i'm the ... the... the one who eats all the stuff! And i go buy all the food!

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 Post subject: Re: Definitely some milestones
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compassionategirl wrote:
c) I re-cocked the bathtub (the white dap stuff or whatever you call it). I must admit it was as straight and perfect as a LASER BEAM the dap job that I did.



A straight & perfect cock -- what more could a girl ask for? :wink:

Nat, it's re-caulked, not re-cocked!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


Thanks for the best laugh of the day!!!!


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CrispyQ wrote:
compassionategirl wrote:
c) I re-cocked the bathtub (the white dap stuff or whatever you call it). I must admit it was as straight and perfect as a LASER BEAM the dap job that I did.



A straight & perfect cock -- what more could a girl ask for? :wink:

Nat, it's re-caulked, not re-cocked!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


Thanks for the best laugh of the day!!!!


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:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

I feel traumatized

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I'm still laughing!! That was priceless!

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:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

I still feel traumatized.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 2:19 pm 
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I have decided that you speak treacherous, vicious lies Lezly.

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

(OBVIOUSLY, I am just kidding, in an attempt to perpetuate the hilarity (is that a word?) of this situation). Now back to the humour....


I may need therapy because of this lil debacle. :shock: :shock: :shock:

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Wow, good for you! Doesn't it feel good? :) :wink:


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Awesome, good work. Next you gotta head down to the lumberyard and get supplies to build a home gym!

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Damn it. :x

I didnt realize that you arent suppose to take a shower for a couple of days until the CAULKING dries fully. It looks like I may have to re-caulk.

My friend came upstairs to check out my handy work before we went to Fressen last night and he said I do mighty fine CAULK jobs. :mrgreen:

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:D :P :lol: :o :mrgreen:

Good job Nat! I'm not the best at house work. I've helped remodel two stores (natural food co-ops) and 2 houses, but I'm still not very good. I always hit my thumb with a hammer, sometimes about 10 times in a row if it's cold outside.

But my friend was worse. He didn't measure out exactly before he started tearing out a wall and he took a sledge hammer to the wrong section :) It was pretty funny at the time :)

I hear Topher is a good handy man. He helped out my neighbor while he was here (Mr. Stuewe - Nature Man).

Well done, now get back to that Caulking! :idea:

Rob

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Hmmmm....I think maybe CrispyQ thought I was serious when I said she spoke vicious, treacherous lies. :cry: I was joking in an attempt to continue the humour of me making an ass out of myself my mispelling 'caulking'.

Did anybody else mistakenly think I was serious? :( Wasnt it obvious that I was just trying to keep the humour going? :(

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Hmmmm....I think maybe CrispyQ thought I was serious when I said she spoke vicious, treacherous lies. :cry: I was joking in an attempt to continue the humour of me making an ass out of myself my mispelling 'caulking'.

Did anybody else mistakenly think I was serious? :( Wasnt it obvious that I was just trying to keep the humour going? :(

I always take every single word you say (or write) dead serious - that's why i think you're a complete nut! :P

No, seriously, i don't think Crispy misunderstood your humor :)

compassionategirl wrote:
I may need therapy because of this lil debacle. :shock: :shock: :shock:

:lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Definitely some milestones
PostPosted: Tue Jan 10, 2006 11:55 am 
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compassionategirl wrote:
put on my construction hat, a pair of safety goggles, some ear protector muff thingies, construction gloves, heavy duty overauls (spelling?)


Nothin like taking precautions is there compassionategirl :wink: You forget to specify whether you were wearing stiletto's or not. :lol:

Overalls.

You got the DIY bug then or what?

Anyone else pity Nat's poor neighbours? They must of wondered what the bloody hell was going on on Saturday. :lol: Is your flat fallen apart yet? The neighbour down below knocked about the water pouring through his ceiling.

Compassionategirl + DIY = Recipe for Disaster

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