Only in TX....

Originally Posted By: pdacey
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This was the powder room sink at an inspection yesterday. I just thought it was cool.



http://www.nachi.org/bbsystem/usrimages/I/IMG_4027.JPG


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Originally Posted By: tallen
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icon_lol.gif Crazy as$ Texans



I have put the past behind me,


where , however, it now sits, making rude remarks.


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Originally Posted By: awalters
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Am I seeing things correctly? The drain looks like it is around the Dallas/Ft. Worth area…any symbolism there?


Originally Posted By: pdacey
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awalters wrote:
The drain looks like it is around the Dallas/Ft. Worth area...any symbolism there?



Have you ever been to Dallas/FW? Read into it what you wish. ![nachi_sarcasm.gif](upload://6HQh6KbNiD73gqTNQInjrR2zeJw.gif)

(no offense to anyone in the DFW area)


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Originally Posted By: Aaron
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The stars at night are big and bright…


Originally Posted By: dbowers
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Heck to me it looked like the drain was about even with Waco …


Originally Posted By: five.five
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you mean you other guys from Texas DON’T have at least ONE Texas shaped sink in your homes?


thought that was standard in every new home.


Believe me, I love living in Texas,... but a sink ?
Little much.

just my .02


Originally Posted By: wcampbell
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Actually, it looks like Austin.



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