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By ge fu yo twa - / Monday 25 June 2018 20:30 /
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By  Misoranomegami  |  16

This is the importance of framing right here. You didn't ruin his house, you saved it from flooding everything and also burning down completely. And you don't expect his gratitude for your work to prevent the even greater damage that would have happened if you weren't there, he's family after all. All in a day's work.

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By  rodfergie  |  9

I'm sorry.... are you a plumber? Were you supposed to fix said pipe while he was gone? If not, this is call life, it's not yours or anyone elses fault, it just happens.

By  Zekfen  |  12

That is what home insurance is for. As a future note, always know where the water shut off is at for a house your are house sitting in case something like this happens in the future. As soon as you realized it was flooding or burst you could have turned the water off to minimize damage.

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  Soninuva  |  41

Not necessarily; at my house it requires a special tool that is available only to the city (the reason being that they use it to shut off people’s water when they haven’t paid their utility bill).

By  Misoranomegami  |  16

This is the importance of framing right here. You didn't ruin his house, you saved it from flooding everything and also burning down completely. And you don't expect his gratitude for your work to prevent the even greater damage that would have happened if you weren't there, he's family after all. All in a day's work.

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