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Q: How to choose right window replacement company?

1 year 28 weeks ago in  Housing - Other cities

 
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Don't choose the left windows one! 

 

 

I am sure, they don't know how to properly replace and install the right windows. 

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Don't choose the left windows one! 

 

 

I am sure, they don't know how to properly replace and install the right windows. 

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I don't care who you are...that is funny icnif77. Good one.

icnif77:

Sometimes, I read my replies few days later ... and am like:

"Who wrote dat ..?" 

 

The thingy (I use as an excuse ) is:

 

"I was born like that!"

 

..., or in proper legal terms: "It's all my parents fault ...!" 

 

The other thing I really enjoy in real life is seeing/making other people laugh. I've always had problems with teachers in schools 'cause of that ...

Must be personality trait ... can't help it!

 

'Add-it':

The funniest, I think was the 'lesson' on how to explain the meaning of the sentence "I have to go pee ...!" to the grown-up Beginner level students in Istanbul, Turkey. Did you participate?

... if not, I am always willing to repeat that 'lesson'.

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