What any normal human would do. What any normal human would do… geniusquotes.net/dreams-quotes/. Stuck ' i face in ". The chemical burns....oh the chemical burns. funny
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - anon id: 7db6646f
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Is anyone else hoping he'll be recognized, then he has to pay for the repair work after they match his face with the perfect evidence he left them.
#69 to #1 - nintendoexplain
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That was an episode of Rocket Power
User avatar #2 to #1 - catchphrase
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It's his own basement *********
#4 to #2 - comedytrash
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Obviously, he's thinking of the resell value of his house so the joke is on you, catchphrase. Here! Catch this phrase! Let him stir his own broth
#37 to #4 - europe
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"I wanted to buy this house but the concrete in the basement had a face imprint so I'm not going to buy it"   
   
-no one ******* ever
"I wanted to buy this house but the concrete in the basement had a face imprint so I'm not going to buy it"

-no one ******* ever
#5 to #4 - catchphrase
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Well yea that's true but he said "Is anyone else hoping he'll be recognized, then he has to pay for the repair work after they match his face with the perfect evidence he left them." this makes it sound like he defiled some other person's property and would have to face consequences for it when found out ;S
Well yea that's true but he said "Is anyone else hoping he'll be recognized, then he has to pay for the repair work after they match his face with the perfect evidence he left them." this makes it sound like he defiled some other person's property and would have to face consequences for it when found out ;S
#6 to #5 - comedytrash
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Well he has ruined someone else's property once he sells it them
User avatar #15 to #6 - minnten
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who said he's selling the house?
User avatar #22 to #6 - thenez
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That's like complaining about scratches on a used laptop.

You bought it used, so deal with it. If you don't like, go build your own, or find one that hasn't been previously owned.
User avatar #82 to #6 - andiminius
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No, I totally agree with you. Those unfortunate buyers would have to spend an additional $100 on top of the $60,000+ for the house to get it removed.

Some people, man...
User avatar #48 to #6 - ragingbrony
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That's not how it works.
User avatar #14 to #6 - catchphrase
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He'll still probably have to pay for it if he sells the house...
User avatar #80 to #4 - sexymossantamby
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that comment was so stupid I had to check your profile to see if you were a troll
User avatar #19 - xspencerxxx
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that guy is a huge piece of ****, i'm training to be a construction worker/ laborer, and if you do this **** i ******* hate you
User avatar #26 to #19 - usafdirtboyz
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what's the problem? Saw cut, hammer it out, repour, profit!
User avatar #73 to #19 - mrsixinch
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"Training to be a construction worker" please don't tell me that you're building up to the job
User avatar #29 to #19 - thatscrewedupkid
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its his house
User avatar #41 to #19 - pokimone
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Well, I mean, while I can understand your frusteration on the job in a public place, its his basement. Can't he do what he wants down there? If he wants his ugly ass face imprinted on his floor, then let the man have his fun. I can see it being obnoxious when its a sidewalk or something, but in a private home, I can't see why this would be a problem.
User avatar #23 to #19 - nudybooty
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Let's reread the sentence together shall we?

"I got home from work and found some wet concrete in MY basement from the repair dudes....so I did what any normal human would do and suck my face in it."
#30 to #19 - jackmanagan
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Training for construction

please tell me you didnt pay for any of this training
#31 to #30 - Matengel
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Finishing concrete takes training and certificates. I had a job pouring concrete last summer, i did the digging and lugging around stuff, but I could see my boss wince when families wanted to put their hands in the patios we had just finished. Some people take pride in their work, and I can tell you a lot of it goes into making anything with concrete
User avatar #66 to #31 - drldrl
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Sorry, but you're working to please them, not yourself. If they wanna do it, don't be an ass, let them. They're paying you.
User avatar #33 to #31 - jackmanagan
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yeah im a certified carpenter, electrician, plumber, hvac, and have done plenty of concrete work

shhh no more preaching
User avatar #52 to #33 - donalbaine
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*Skepticism* Certified plumber? AND Electrician? AND HVAC? Where do you live? I ask, because in Texas, to become a licensed plumber takes 4 years of on the job training (8000 hours, which takes about 4 years, which only counts if you're a registered apprentice).. and in all the years I've been a plumber on job sites, I've never heard a plumber or electrician refer to themselves as "Certified".. Licensed, hes, but not certified. *skepticism off*
User avatar #70 to #52 - jackmanagan
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apprentice levels. certified, not licensed
#35 to #33 - Matengel
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I'm not saying I agree with calling the owner a piece of ****, I'm just saying there's a reason people would is all. And if you have so many certificates i dont get your joke...
#55 to #30 - thegrohltroll
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I didn't want to laugh because i don't want to disrespect the guy, but damn ***** I couldn't stop myself
User avatar #7 - usafdirtboyz
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The chemical burns....oh the chemical burns.
User avatar #49 to #7 - demandred
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it'll just work as a very strong face cream!
User avatar #63 to #7 - kilotech
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I worked with my dad and got concrete, paint, tar all sorts of **** none of it is a problem, just shower at home
User avatar #112 to #63 - usafdirtboyz
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This wasn't an option for me, I was filling holes on a runway, they had to be completed in 1 day, so I couldn't just run and take a shower right after I was done. Some are more sensitive to it then others as well, they may never get burned from it, while someone who gets it on them can near instantly feel it burn.
User avatar #113 to #112 - kilotech
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ah I usually was home by 4 so at worst I had ~6 hours
#53 to #7 - donalbaine
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Portland cement contains calcium oxide, which when mixed with water, bonds to the water molecules to ford calcium hydroxide.. This **** is very basic, while your skin is acidic.. mix the two, and you get chemical burns.    
   
Also, concrete doesn't have fiberglass in it, nor is it a paste. Concrete isn't acidic, concrete doesn't have glue in it (well, *most* of it doesn't, come very specialized high tensile strength structural stuff has some additives in it that you *could* classify as glue, sort of), concrete won't steal your children, and it isn't made out of ******* monsters. Just chemistry, fellas, not even complicated chemistry.    
   
Pic related, mfw "rocks, glue, and water"
Portland cement contains calcium oxide, which when mixed with water, bonds to the water molecules to ford calcium hydroxide.. This **** is very basic, while your skin is acidic.. mix the two, and you get chemical burns.

Also, concrete doesn't have fiberglass in it, nor is it a paste. Concrete isn't acidic, concrete doesn't have glue in it (well, *most* of it doesn't, come very specialized high tensile strength structural stuff has some additives in it that you *could* classify as glue, sort of), concrete won't steal your children, and it isn't made out of ******* monsters. Just chemistry, fellas, not even complicated chemistry.

Pic related, mfw "rocks, glue, and water"
User avatar #8 to #7 - corso
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It's rocks, glue, and water.
User avatar #9 to #8 - usafdirtboyz
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It will burn the **** out of you if left on long enough or is in sensitive places.
User avatar #21 to #9 - thetrobadour
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put your face in saran wrap before doing this
User avatar #25 to #21 - usafdirtboyz
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HAHAHA who has time for thinking like that before slapping your face in some cement? Honestly, I didn't think of that.
User avatar #32 to #25 - lebarricuda
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See comment #3
User avatar #36 to #32 - usafdirtboyz
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all I see is a straw for breathing and a net on its head
User avatar #43 to #36 - lebarricuda
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a "net"
User avatar #46 to #43 - usafdirtboyz
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Should have looked closer, looked like a hair net to me in the smaller picture.
User avatar #10 to #9 - corso
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Yes, but so will soap or shampoo. With concrete, it's mostly the small sharp rocks that you have to worry about.
User avatar #13 to #10 - AvatarAirBender
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There are normally a lot of chemicals in bagged concrete today. Its the "glue" that has the chemicals, and they will definitely burn and dry out skin badly. Plus any other chemicals that are used to change how the concrete dries and cures like quick dry cement.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concrete#Chemical_admixtures
User avatar #98 to #10 - kikisu
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My grandfather and brother both got horrific burns from concrete on their feet because they didn't clean themselves thoroughly after dealing with it.
User avatar #17 to #12 - bostpost
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Mainly its the alkali burns mostly, right?
User avatar #18 to #17 - usafdirtboyz
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I'm not sure what exactly it is that causes the burns, I just know they ******* hurt. I had about 100 small ones all over my hands after a large project once
User avatar #115 to #18 - kikisu
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Its the heat. Concrete gets super hot as it dries.
User avatar #20 to #10 - asugar
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You aren't very smart.
User avatar #24 to #20 - corso
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Seeing as I got the highest SAT score in my school, I disagree.
#56 to #24 - rdobet
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Comment Picture
User avatar #61 to #8 - mutzaki
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I was taught that concrete is made out of wet cement, sand and gravel.
#27 to #8 - anon id: 4714ef84
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Concrete is not just rocks glue and water. in fact there is zero glue in concrete it is a paste that is mixed with sand and has fibre glass strands to hold it together. and has a high acid content. albiet it take days to show any acid burns.
#3 - shadowrated
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#93 to #3 - ariscorp
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User avatar #42 - doctorprofessornv
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-Posting on FJ
-Not sticking your dick in it

step up OP
#39 - orgodemir
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#64 - stabbedinthecrotch
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OPsFW he got to the front page . . . and it wasn't even that hard.
#103 to #64 - anon id: 17a95cc2
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Maybe not right now. But it'll be hard soon enough
#40 - somenights
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reminds me of the grandmother willow from pocahontas.
#78 - klick
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When it dries, fill with jello
#38 - phaegitt
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if anyone wants it.
I was bored
#58 to #38 - stabbedinthecrotch
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#45 to #38 - thebaseballexpert
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LETS DOUBLE THE CHANCE SOMEONE WILL ROLL THIS AND SAY WTF
#47 to #45 - sabcy
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let's triple it.
#54 to #47 - anon id: eb83e43a
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#50 to #47 - karnovski
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**karnovski rolled image**
#94 to #50 - assassindash
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**assassindash rolled image**
The game to roll begins.