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MacGuyvered that Shit

MacGuyvered that Shit

I would love to tell you this story has been embellished, but sadly, that just isn’t the case.  Life is full of creative problem solving, and unfortunately, oftentimes, it ain’t pretty.  Do me a favor, if you ever host company, make sure you have a freakin’ plunger.  It seems like common practice, probably even common sense.  Apparently it is not.

Discussion (4)¬

  1. Pashakitty says:

    LOL, my husband does apartment maintenance and you would be surprised at just how many people not only don’t have plungers, but also don’t even know what one is. He actually had to go to a person’s apartment once due to a clogged toilet and when he brought the plunger the person who lived there not only asked him what it was but where he could get one too.

  2. Shane says:

    It’s terrifying to know there are people who don’t know what a plunger is.

  3. Roy says:

    What I don’t get is that some people don’t understand what a fundamentally vile thing a plunger is. In college, one of our buddies was either moving stuff out of his room, or had borrowed a plunger or something… ANYWAYS, dude was waving it around like it was a toy, not understanding how disgusting that is to be waving around a tool used for loosing feces. Hrm… that might actually make a decent Roy’s Boys: The College Years strip…

  4. Toast says:

    My family actually has at least seven plungers. We have sink, toilet, bathtub, AND shower plungers. Actually, I’m pretty sure a section of my basement is just devoted to plunger storage. My dad saw them on sale at BJ’s. It’s the same thing with toothbrushes, ironically enough. And oranges. We… we have so many oranges…