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One false move,and a project that should be safe can turn very dangerous.
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One False Step on DIY projects
Chris: One man in a balcony, a father who will never have grandkids and a DIY who takes a trip through his house. It’s all coming up when we take one false step right now.
Here’s a thing about the DIY word, you got to be careful because one false move and a project that should be safe can turn real danger. Especially when your wife gives you a bad advice and you take it. At least he’s learned his lesson. So we’re still trying, well at least you’ve got a new method this time.
Now while that’s true there are some people who never learn, somewhere in lessons they’ll never forget like don’t do projects with dad.
Life lesson number 247, never stand spread over a two by four. Talking about the junk. Never do it yourself for love to show off his or her work especially when the project is something as big as a whole house, but if someone has built the whole house by themselves you think they know their way around a little bit.
Male: It’s absolutely a beautiful house
Chris: Oh yeah what a beautiful house indeed.
Male: We’ll be putting the casing up here.
Chris: Okay so you’re putting the casing up there, very nice go on.
Male: Then I’ll show you that stairs.
Chris: What? Flipped the stairs. Well at least, he don’t sound like he’s hurt. Somebody call an ambulance.
Today, we’ve learned just how easy making one false step can turn a good day into a bad one. We also learned that it’s more fun to laugh at people than to have something like that happen to you and remember there are those who DIY the right way, and those who end up on our show. The choice is yours.
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