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A pool that will not be contained, two men shirtless paradise turns into a nightmare, and one guy falls head over heels for a step ladder. Find out what happened, if you don’t watch out right now. Being able to see a couple steps ahead on your project does a good skill to have, because if you could see pros before they happened, you must do a —and that means, you’ll be light years ahead of this guy.
Here’s the world’s laziest man tip for pool repair. Never fix a leak with cock with pounding nails is so much easier. If you want your wife to hold something over your head forever, do exactly what this guy did. Not all projects require a brute force. For instance, some projects need at least two guys, a trashcan, and a helper who can offer absolutely no help whatsoever.
Here’s a good tip, when you hear a sound coming from a hole in the ground, run. I’m sure this guy appreciates that he saves his glasses, but you buy this man and throw him a hard hat, a cocktail, and anything else that is completely useless at the moment. Thanks shirtless guys, another job well done.
Now small projects require one small step at a time. But small step ladder, on for a roof, yeah that’s a good idea. Now I can just get my foot on to that. We want to spend Saturday over the patio, not out cold on the patio. If the ladder was too short to get down, how do you get up?
Well that’s it for now and just remember, there are those who DIY the right way, and those that end up on our show. The choice is yours.
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