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By Ben / Monday 19 August 2013 06:21 / United States - Louisville
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  subwaysurfers  |  13

I don't know if you're being serious or acting like you know what's wrong. *turns on sarcasm detector to a higher level* Could you say it again, please?

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  subwaysurfers  |  13

Sorry if I offended anyone. I meant it like when someone's acting all smart and they're joking like "it's definitely the phalaxyphus". I wasn't attacking you. But have a good day :)

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  FrankHotpants  |  29

That's totally what I was going to say, it's definitely the waste outflow pipe thing clogged and what not. You'll probably need a ratcheting PVC pipe cutter, a slip nut wrench, some soft jaw pliers, and some low riding pants.

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  kurodansei  |  15

Actually it's a great time to leave some of those critters out to drown.

By  xenmarkal51  |  6

Well then.....

By  xenmarkal51  |  6

I 'll remember that next time!

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  tounces7  |  15

Dunno why this was downvoted, Homeowners insurance does indeed cover sewer backups. A wastewater backup into your house can do some serious damage.

By  Kalipczo  |  21

Huh. Call an electrician/plumber and see of they can sort something out, I'm not a professional or anything, but I don't think that should be happening.

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  imlifeless2  |  25

No, no. Floodaxa is completely safe. Side effects, however, may include destroyed furniture, damage to foundation, paranoia, and $400 dollars in plumbing costs. Yep! completely safe and reassuring.

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