Re: Need some quick 'n' dirty carpentry
Jimmy » [quote="Brooke Lynn Knight"]I need someone to build a long planter in my front yard, along my stoop.
Looking for, you guessed it, quick 'n' dirty.
Anyone used anyone they can recommend? It'd be especially good if they had experience in outdoor wood construction.
I'm up for some fun with deck screws.
What are the approximate measurements?
Is this some kind of coded, thinly-veiled Casual Encounters-type deal? Or is my mind just in the gutter?[/quote]
Sigh. You people are thick as a 2 x 4. Apparently, you're incapable of understanding simple metaphors. Let me help:
I need someone to [sexxxx me up], along my [hoo-hah]. It's going to be [shaved], so I'm looking for someone who can do a competent job in a [macho] style in [leather chaps] or the like. Not looking for someone who specializes in [kinky] historically-accurate [role-playing] lovingly rendered in [Victorian] [deerskin] [breeches]. Looking for, you guessed it, quick 'n' dirty. I've searched the archives, but haven't found any leads.
Anyone used anyone they can recommend? It'd be especially good if they had experience in outdoor "wood" "construction" […especially screwing, drilling, and nailing, if you know what I mean].
Now that we've cleared that up, I am also
looking for a literal, actual carpenter to literally build me an actual planter alongside my actual, literal stoop. Actual measurements of the literal planter, in case you're curious, are to be about 128" L x 22" D x 16" H.
i blame such comments on boredom and drinkng, this is why we need more green spaces
-- Karl the Druid