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Old 06-09-2010, 02:14 AM   #1
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Unhappy Wanted to install my footwell lighting...

... but the girl wanted me to fix the hose that feeds the refrigerator from the R/O system under the sink (whoever owned the house before ran it in front of the cabinets, idiots). We have ripped out all the appliances weeks ago for new ones and to replace the linoleum floor that said idiots put in. New flooring went in weeks ago (20-inch, porcelain, diagonal, nice, DIY project), but the appliances keep getting pushed back from the manufacturer.

We get to Lowe's and I decide I've had enough of the hot water in the kitchen not working because the dishwasher is gone. I grab a couple of fittings and decide I've got a solution to run hot water to the sink without the dishwasher being installed (inline cutoff, not really rocket surgery). We also buy a miter saw and a brad nailer to put the baseboards on that we just bought last week.

We get home and I start ripping out the chemicals from under the sink to fix the refrigerator line. Girl decides that now is a good time to install the faucet she got for Christmas. I agree so I begin ripping out the old faucet. When I get to installing the new faucet, I decided to send her to Lowe's (mistake) for 2 braided lines to replace the 13+ year old lines under the sink. She returned with the lines... and a Countertop Transformation kit to refinish the countertops (we talked about maybe doing this down the road some months ago)

This is how the night ended:


Please note the R/O line not replaced, no baseboards, no footwell lighting, and no kitchen friggin' sink!
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Old 06-09-2010, 07:04 AM   #2
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This is how the night ended:


Please note the R/O line not replaced, no baseboards, no footwell lighting, and no kitchen friggin' sink!
doh!
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Old 06-09-2010, 08:41 AM   #3
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ha ha the pain of it all!
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I hope there was a beer or two in between all that.
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I hope there was a beer or two in between all that.
Screw the beer I hope there was a happy ending for this guy after all that.
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Screw the beer I hope there was a happy ending for this guy after all that.
I got to sleep, then I woke up at 6 AM to install footwell lighting. I'll be damned if I'm stopped to do house crap at that hour!

And yes, there was beer. When you cut off water, what else is there?
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I got to sleep, then I woke up at 6 AM to install footwell lighting. I'll be damned if I'm stopped to do house crap at that hour!

And yes, there was beer. When you cut off water, what else is there?
Gotta stay hydrated!
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