“Look, lady, it’s going to cost more than I originally quoted you because spackle just isn’t going to do the job.”
At first Irene was attracted to her husband’s unorthodox ways, but now she just wished for a normal kitchen table.
Sophie’s eyes glazed over as she leaned on the chair. Antonio was so full of hot air she was surprised he didn’t float away.
“This is not what I had in mind when I agreed to play Chutes and Ladders with your kid.”
“When you said you have it big, I didn’t think you meant the stairs.”
so many questions… why is he standing on a ladder? why is she leaning on a chair? when will the stuff on the chair slide off? did the cracked plaster on the wall result from a rock through the window? or did kids playing baseball break the window? how long are they going to ignore the poor kid whose got something for them on a tray? what could it be? why have they been smashing the floor tiles? what is she daydreaming about? does he have this effect on all women? and why is she dressed in a circus tent? so many questions…
First Historical Record of Mansplaining.
Practicing getting the bird’s eye view.
Luigi had to resort to crowd funding after the legislature cut off all support for his notorious “ladder to nowhere.”
He’s tryin’ his best to distract ’er/ for price is the critical factor/ the problem is"drastic"/ (her spouse will be spastic !)/ O God! For an honest contractor…
“If we’re going to to get a shot on America’s got talent, we’ll have to come up with something better than balancing on ladders and chairs. “
No, I picked up the tab last time…
They were all pretty tired of the portraitists infatuation with creating the “perfect triangle” in each painting.
The little waiter will speak up for her.
Good grief, she thinks, I thought this repair would take a couple of hours, but he keeps jawing away – and now he’s ordered lunch. I am going to miss the sale at Macy’s this afternoon!
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“Look at this way, it’ll increase the value of your property.”
“Allow me to uomosplain what’s involved in reglazing a broken window…”
Listen up family. I’ve finally finished my stairway to heaven so it’s hasta la vista baby. Don’t try to follow me.
Dmitri start once again to tell them the story of how the bullet came through the window and hit the wall while he ducked his military service due to bone spurs.
The "shor-lift inventor " has an EPHINY !
“Listen lady, I don’t give a damn how much you flirt and make eyes at me … I am not lowering the price on the plastering … And I definitely am not going to give you any breaks on the window because… for the thousandth time …I Am Not A Glazer!”
At that time, fashion had moved the neckline so high a fellow had to get creative to get a peek down one.
(best viewed by Google Chrome, which can automatically translate most pages as necessary) has info about this 1861, roughly jumbo envelope size painting. Other versions has strip coloration.
has info about this artist, perhaps in addition to what’s pointed to by the title URL. First work by this artist used here.
Again, a larger strip image is shown by (⌘- or Ctrl-) clicking the image in Mr. Melcher’s MASTERPIECE #2331 (November 17, 2019) blog entry, accessible by the Check out the blog! box after the last comment.
No matter how much he explained, she was still unsure of his plan to paint the floor and avoid walking on it by moving the ladder around.
Ah, the unaired time-travel episode of Mad About You.
In realtor-speak, a “cozy little fixer-upper.”
He was very convincing in his argument to demand payment before services. But when the kid admitted to having deliberately hit the ball through the window – well, that ruined everything.
“No, ma’am—you hired me to paint this here wall, not to buy the paint. And while you’re at Home Depo buying the paint your own damn self, see if you can find somebody to fix that window—gettin’ a mite drafty in here.”
“Next time you throw a brick at me, I’ll make YOU patch the stucco!
the air up here is much better, lady did you ever hear of vinegar & water?
“Boy can you get stuck, oh!” Groucho Marx on buying a house in Florida.
A little paint, some dusting, and you can put it on the market for $800,000
“Honey, you should’ve seen it… You should’ve seen it honey…. Me baby… You would’ve been so proud of me… You should’ve been there babe… I was like….”