You're not truly clean until you're clean under the rim.
I would have voted for the original kitchen and two weeks in Paris.
Don't think that wasn't discussed. I was happy with the original kitchen, but.....The NEW one will look good, but....
You appear to missing some muscle tissue as well, you gormless lad.
And my boys fell off.
Psst, did you check the toilet?xoRobyn
I did.The water was cold.Deep, too.Yeah.As if.
Well I'm sure the new kitchen will be worth it.Hopefully.
I sure hope so.I'm really scared at the unearthly racket coming from downstairs, though.Good news: I can read/comment on blogs.Bad news: That unearthly racket.
I think this might be a case of improper use of adhesive... you should consult Red Green immediately.
So I should have worn gloves?
Sorry to hear about your skin loss Al, hopefully you get that sorted out sometime soon haha. Glad to hear it's going so good Al in a way at least. Hopefully it gets all finished soon.
I hear they have a cream for it. So I think I'll be okay.
I hear they have a pill for that now a days, but it causes bone rot, at least you'll get your skin back, right?
But, if my bone rots off, what's the point of having skin?
Haha! I hate to think where it might be.
I don't know, but something smells behind the downstairs closet door....
Why are you getting ready to run the 60-yard dash on a table? Anyway, I like the new kitchen. The minimalist style gives you plenty of room for giant pizzas.
I can't stand up.Hmmmm.....pizza........
You gave them the easy job. Tearing it all out is the worst part.
The best thing about the installation is you get to create something new. The worst part is that you have to make you sure you don't really F things up. But, ripping everything out (especially the tile) succcckkkkkkkkeeeeddddd.
You've worked yourself to the bone!Pearl
There are parts of me that hurt that I didn't even know existed.
OMGah, I KNOW! We put together my son's bed from Walmart (as you know/read) and I afterwards I felt like I was ready for the nursing home. Or at least some Percocet.So I can imagine how you feel, dear Penwasser.
I never regretted when my kitchen was redone, but my mom painted the old one (even cabinets) with crappy green paint and the cheap vinyl flooring was becoming nasty.
I am impressed. Did you tear out the whole thing yourself?
So that's what you'd look like without skin!
This is a very useful article for the readers, especially for me
Thank goodness for no new plumbing and electric. At least I hope....