Nov 4, 2007

Home improvement with Wiwille.

Corey declared this weekend to be one filled with destruction. He's remodeling his condo and solicited my help to tear apart stuff.

When Corey and I get together for a project usually things go completely awry till the job's done. Hours are spent trying to complete a simple task as many obstacles appear. In this case nothing needed repair so thankfully the task went well.

It was actually pretty fun. I got to break stuff. I like breaking stuff. I got to tear out a shower, pull carpet, and destroy a bathroom counter and sink. Yes I enjoyed every minute of it.

I learned a lot in my home destruction. I now know you can accomplish a lot by hitting things really hard with a crowbar. I hope to apply that to other areas of my life, such as work. I'm now keenfully aware that yelling the phrase "worthless pig fucker" at an inanimate object really doesn't do much in the way of making it function as you like. I should also mention that fiberglass splinters don't feel good.

Football was watched, drinks and pizza were consumed, and I got to destroy things. Yes I feel manly. The only thing that could complete this weekend's testosterone filled activities is if bi-curious swimsuit models would feed me grapes. Actually I could use that every weekend.

"My mom said the only reason men are alive is for lawn care and vehicle maintenance." - Tim Allen

8 comments:

Miss Ash said...

Sounds like an err ummm very manly weekend indeed!! Off topic Why is it that men try to fix things when they know they can't??

whatigotsofar said...

Very manly indeed. Good for you.
How many times did you use that joke where you hold a screw and say the line "Hey, wanna screw?"

Mattbear said...

>miss ash: "Why is it that men try to fix things when they know they can't??"

Because admitting you can't fix something calls into question your very manhood.

Miss Ash said...

Mattbear yes, I suppose that is true. It's like the directions thing though, why drive around for an hour when you can just stop and ask?

Rowie said...

Now they can buy a GPS so they never have to ask. It's like a Manhood security system...

whatigotsofar said...

Rowie - those GPS things are mad. Mine actually told me to turn right and pull a U across three lanes of traffic instead of just turning left.

Rowie said...

WIGSF- OUCH! What kind was it? I'd love to pass that on to the manufacturer...not that I work in tech or anything...They get so grumpy when they find out their toys malfunction :)

whatigotsofar said...

Rowie - its a Pioneer, forget which model. The big in dash one with the widescreen, bluetooth and internal hard drive.