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Accident prone

Accident prone

My husband is so good at home repairs that they have a special VIP area for him in the emergency room.  – @Thisonesayz

Swedish simplicity

Swedish simplicity

I ordered a bed from IKEA and they sent me a tree trunk and a saw.  – @Eileencurtright

Go ahead – try it yourself

Go ahead – try it yourself

Everybody’s a tough guy until they have to use a screwdriver overhead for two minutes.  – @Stevevsninjas

The trouble with trends

The trouble with trends

People on renovation shows in 15 years: “Wow, these white kitchen cupboards are awful and we need to add some walls between the living room, dining room and kitchen.”  – @Librarydervish

Now that’s saucy

Now that’s saucy

My girlfriend wants me to stain the new wooden fence in her backyard. So I’m going to eat spaghetti over it for a few weeks.  – @Rickolantern

I’ll have what she’s having

I’ll have what she’s having

Here I am, watching a house renovation show and the lady’s “profession” is dog manager. Their budget is $1,000,000. What am I doing wrong with my life?  – @Kathryn_worth

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Private sale

Private sale

Please don’t come to my garage sale if you’ve ever let me borrow something.  – @Mjkspeaks

True love

True love

Movies show people kissing in the rain, but I want a guy who’ll run out there and get the cushions off the porch chairs when the weather starts kicking up.  – @Anniemumary

Like it or lump it

Like it or lump it

Love It Or List It: We unexpectedly had to change the light switches in the bathroom so we can’t afford to do your whole kitchen renovation anymore.  – @remedy45

Ulterior motive

Ulterior motive

Am I the only person watching home renovations shows hoping the house will exact its horrifying vengeance on the awful people inside?  – @JoeDiSano

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