redfishkiller

there will only be one page of insults then i want serious answers

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8 minutes ago, MikeMc said:

 

Bernie wishes it was his rod he was holding, the sick ****

denying that would be pointless :laugh:

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14 minutes ago, Bernie12 said:

denying that would be pointless :laugh:

Andre also likes to hold black rods.

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7 minutes ago, J Adams said:

I told you to pm me for your materials list

Jdeadman would get jeaalous. 

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3 minutes ago, pricise10 said:

Jdeadman would get jeaalous. 

That dipchit prolly has trouble screwing a damn lightbulb in

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1 minute ago, J Adams said:

That dipchit prolly has trouble screwing a damn lightbulb in

I’d make you do it for me Stephanie. 

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1 minute ago, Jdeadman66 said:

I’d make you do it for me Stephanie. 

I could hold the lightbulb while you spin the ladder

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3 minutes ago, J Adams said:

I could hold the lightbulb while you spin the ladder

You guys are kinky. 

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4 minutes ago, J Adams said:

I could hold the lightbulb while you spin the ladder

That’s one way to get er done

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1 hour ago, Pez Rojo said:

Might have a look at this stuff......

https://www.lowes.com/pd/48-in-x-8-ft-Embossed-White-Fiberglass-Reinforced-Plastic-FRP-Wall-Panel/1000174771

 

When I was building my slide-in camper started to clad the exterior with it, but a bud who has a trailer park turned me on to some alloy trailer siding and went that route.

Quick and easy stuff to work with and durable.

Did a tub surround in one of my apartments with it 10 years ago and the slobbs haven't effed it up yet.:th:

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Gotta make sure that any mold is remediated before you glue these in. Common homeowner mistake I come accross most times.

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