Like what you've done with the place

By me. - 29/08/2012 04:19 - United States - Roseau

Today, I came home from work to find my house was flooded from a broken pipe under the sink. My house had just recently had new wood floors, carpet and electrics installed because 6 months earlier my house had been flooded by the same pipe breaking. FML
I agree, your life sucks 26 169
You deserved it 2 917

Same thing different taste

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To think of all the money, time and effort going down the drain.

Man that really sucks...better save up your money that's a lot of repairs


Man that really sucks...better save up your money that's a lot of repairs

You would think you'd get better pipes first

AFloppyWetWhale 6

What I want to know is why Op didn't deal with the pipe the first time!

Achall91 17

The exact same pipe? Wouldn't you have replaced it after it broke the first time?

More than likely since she repaired everything else and her house would have flooded several times a long time ago. The repair guy probally just did a shitty job.

MetalxSoldier 26

I agree with Sophie, she should have tried to fix her pipe before fixing everything else. And to all you smartasses, she didn't fix her because it clearly says "the exact same pipe" breaking 6 months earlier.

Justy101 23

25 - are you ******* stupid. If your pipe BREAKS, it is clearly not usable. Normally I'm a calm person but ignorance and stupidity piss me off.

MetalxSoldier 26

Actually 29, you would be the idiot. I just said in my comment that her pipe is broken and she should have fixed it (or at least replaced it) because it was broken. I hope you get modified for your stupidity.

MetalxSoldier 26

Ok, look here girl with the jacked up clown face. Hypothetically if op had a hole in their pipe because it was rusted or whatever, and he put duct tape on the pipe instead of getting a new piece or welding over it, then it's not really repaired now is it?

To think of all the money, time and effort going down the drain.

exitdecay 6

I would just give up after that

BeforeItWasCool 12

What, and just live a house half submerged in water? It's not really something you can give up on.

BeforeItWasCool 12

In a house* My apologies, I do hate an error. Especially in my own comments!

That's really horrible, OP. People are really getting lazy with their jobs. Tip: Always search on the internet for the best company's near your area to fix broken items in your household.

New floors, new carpet, new electrics, but no new pipe?

The op probably had the pipe replaced. But I suspect the pipe is stressed too much. Maybe clamped down too hard or to tight of a bend. Or a shitty repair man.

007type 26

Don't know. He was standing there with a tool in his hands.

Well, "water" you waiting for? Call them back. At least you'll get to change anything you didn't like after the first flood.

11- That would definitely be a plus if OP were rich.

21- Lol like insurance ever pays for everything :P

The bottom of my parents water heater rusted out and flooded the basement. And it was constantly trying to refill itself. They got new carpet, luggage, couches, and a bunch of other stuff. Seemed pretty fair to me.

Elovena 9

An you'd think you'd have learned the first time. YDI