Friday, October 17, 2008

My good friend Mash hates plumbers. Know why?

I'd call it "plumber-envy"..

This is why.

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5 Comments:

Blogger Blueberry said...

Not a surprising tale at all. And who can afford a plumber?

8:37 PM  
Blogger Border Explorer said...

I sometimes sorta joke that my husband and I each have a plumber in our extended families--and those plumbers are the richest people in their respective families. Well, I'm exaggerating, perhaps, but those two men are both quite well-to-do--waaaaay beyond me.

8:14 AM  
Blogger an average patriot said...

I just read that! My brothers who took up trade did far better then the two of us that became accountants.
McAsswipe doesn’t have a clue! one of my sons who is now a lifer was a plumber! I believe the average income is $54 thousand! I have to laugh! before I read this I was thinking most of them will milk it for $2,000 that seems to be the magic number. One got us for $4,000 and ended up redoing the whole cellar and in the end I am the one who figured out where the leak was.

3:20 PM  
Blogger Ingrid said...

how funny guys..goes to show I know nothin' of plummers.. my only reference is guys showing their crack in comedy skits..cough..

anyhow..only someone who's had to hire a plummer probably thought twice about this joe the plummer saga..the rest of the population probably have stubborn husbands who fix leaks themselves (we still have one in the guest bathroom yeah yeah) or who rent so their landlord is saddled with the bill.

sigh..

if only I had become a plummer but then.. would the world've been a better place without me showing my...
never mind..[g]

Ingrid

7:25 PM  
Blogger D.K. Raed said...

Hah! When I think of "plumber", I see either Dan Ackroyd bending over while Gilda & Bill Murray snicker behind his half-exposed behind ... OR I think of G. Gordon KMA Liddy & the Watergate Plumbers.

Sorry about Mash's plumbing prob's. Here's the extent of my plumbing knowledge: I know how to turn off that little water valve thingie under the toilets & sinks, and if that doesn't stop the the problem, I know how to turn off the main line into the house.

1:42 AM  

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