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Old 03-24-2012, 06:46 PM   #21
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Just a little.


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I wish you wouldn't have done that Matt.

Come on man. I've only posted the photo once before.
Now Lone on the other hand.
Why don't you re arrange the buckets according to color. Segregation can be a good thing. It would be a bit of effort on your part, but well worth it.

Can we expect a new picture indicating the chaos has been resolved?

Incorrect bucket groupings cause sleepless nights to some. You want some of us to sleep well, correct?

Gray's with gray's white's with white's.

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Old 03-24-2012, 06:48 PM   #22
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Doesnt it drive you nuts that all the grey ones arent together. Your welcome..
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Grey buckets work just as hard as white buckets!

Bucket segregation is just not American!
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That is simply untrue..
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Why don't you re arrange the buckets according to color. Segregation can be a good thing. It would be a bit of effort on your part, but well worth it.

Can we expect a new picture indicating the chaos has been resolved?

Incorrect bucket groupings cause sleepless nights to some. You want some of us to sleep well, correct?

Gray's with gray's white's with white's.

Thank you.
That's racist
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That's racist
If a plastic bucket had a soul, you may be right.

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Only on CT can we get this many posts to a bucket thread..lol! But seriously, if someone dumped out my full bucket of mud just cause they needed an empty one they would get that mud picked up with a shovel and dumped in their lap.
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Only on CT can we get this many posts to a bucket thread..lol! But seriously, if someone dumped out my full bucket of mud just cause they needed an empty one they would get that mud picked up with a shovel and dumped in their lap.
I know a guy who once **** in a bucket of mud because he was tired of getting his electrical boxes filled with mud. Guess what he found in the morning..
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geez I'm feeling a sickly guilty, I just save what I need and send the rest to the dump
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Nasty..I don't get getting that nasty on the job...all there for the same finish line.
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Only on CT can we get this many posts to a bucket thread..lol! But seriously, if someone dumped out my full bucket of mud just cause they needed an empty one
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Bucketology. A new and revelatory insight into human nature. Who would have thunk a bucket could mean so much.
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Ooh bucket, how I love you! :love:

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Nothing is more perplexing to me than seeing a painter with an Orange Homer bucket on the jobsite

I just can't buy the excuse "I needed a clean one". It takes less than 60 seconds to was out a wet one....even quicker to pull the skin out of a dry one.
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Are you a type A personality? Probably..lol!

Bucketology. A new and revelatory insight into human nature. Who would have thunk a bucket could mean so much.
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Ooh bucket, how I love you! :love:

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Nothing is more perplexing to me than seeing a painter with an Orange Homer bucket on the jobsite

I just can't buy the excuse "I needed a clean one". It takes less than 60 seconds to was out a wet one....even quicker to pull the skin out of a dry one.
We almost had the white and gray bucket dilemma solved and you introduced the orange bucket. As much as I hate orange buckets, I'm glad you brought that up. This is getting complicated.

I have a yellow square bucket.

Never mind, I'm in over my head.

Where's Peck? He started this whole fiasco.
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We almost had the white and gray bucket dilemma solved and you introduced the orange bucket. As much as I hate orange buckets, I'm glad you brought that up. This is getting complicated.

I have a yellow square bucket.

Never mind, I'm in over my head.

Where's Peck? He started this whole fiasco.
He is color coordinating his collection as we speak..
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We almost had the white and gray bucket dilemma solved and you introduced the orange bucket. As much as I hate orange buckets, I'm glad you brought that up. This is getting complicated.

I have a yellow square bucket.

Never mind, I'm in over my head.

Where's Peck? He started this whole fiasco.
I think he means orange as in they actually paid for a bucket from home crepo...
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I think he means orange as in they actually paid for a bucket from home crepo...
Now its a slavery thing huh.

Lets leave it alone.

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