Don’t Do It Yourself

I’ve noticed that between Pinterest and YouTube and all those Books for Dummies a lot of people take over activities they’re not qualified for. Sometimes doing it yourself is a good theme and sometimes it’s not. Sometimes it’s very, highly, it’s a bad theme. So it gave me new ideas for a new segment. It’s called don’t get it on yourself. So they just photograph of what happened where individuals tried to get it on themselves.

Here’s someone who tried to fix the door of their car. Wow, that I believe is the new Tesla that a lot of people signed up for.  Here’s what happened when someone lay their own faucet.  Now, I’m not a plumber or an electrician, I envisage I can handle it, though, Ma’am. Here’s someone who fixed a shattered doorway buzzer. It reads, to ring, connect wires.  They should also throw a clue to call the ambulance, dial 911.  I envisage I’d simply smack on the door, for me. Ultimately, here’s what happens when somebody designs their own bathroom.  Honey, I think that the toilet’s too close to the door. Don’t worry, I measured, gaze I threw the faucet in, didn’t I? It was another being, it was a different accent.  I changed accents, and I realized that at the

It was another being, it was a different accent.  I changed accents, and I realized that at the center of the mockery. If you have a get it on yourself occupation, and it extends awfully erroneous, please cast it to me.

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