plumbing

bathroom,kitchen,plumbing,sink,toilet,wtf
By Unknown
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Or would this be my drunk bathroom? I really can't tell. Either way, there's no way it's sanitary.

~NSHA

bathroom,pipes,plumbing,toiler
By Unknown
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Personally, I would just aim my stream directly down the drain. But that's me. And I'm gross.

~NSHA

home repair,plumbing,pipes,funny,there I fixed it
By TG
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Submitter TG says: Problems occurred when I tried to connect the new boiler to the existing pipe network. This seemed like the easiest solution.

bucket,dual use,pipes,plumbing
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I see a secondary source of drinking water. Mmmm buck fresh!

~NSHA

plumbing,there I fixed it,burst pipe
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User binarycortex describes this fix: Live in the desert? Pipe burst? No more plumbing parts in the state? No problem! Radiator hoses were built to take water under pressure.

dual use,gloves,plumbing,Professional At Work
By Unknown
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From the submitter:

the canister did not fit under the faucet..... So we made an adapter from a wash mitt, a tube and tape.

Hall of Fame,plumbing,sink,taps,wtf
By Leano
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Seriously guys, get your s**t together. Water of different temperatures can legally touch. It's okay, I promise.

~Not-So-Handy Andy

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