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    Yet another foking customer

    I got this cnut telling me my staff broke all his bum guns, yep and the cnut wants compensatation, he expects me to pay to replace them, now I admit there are some really stooopid cnuts in the world, but when you first view the building and explain that the bum guns are leaking you expect a bit of leeway, yet this cnut expects me to pay for the replacements of the shite that was in his building, even though they were leaking before my staff even moved there, how would you deal with cnuts like these?

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    I have also another cnut customer that believes that 220volts if they are a bit differant will interfere with his cd player opening of the disc on his disc player, and also the volume of his hifi is not variable, so he says, not that i am gonna mention that the volume is on a variable resistor or anything so the voltage and ampage is irrelevant.

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    ^ Fcuking customers who needs em?

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    How about connecting his bum guns to his 220 volt mains? Kill 2 birds with one stone

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    Sounds like a good idea, I had the same customer telling me the pump didnt work, it's like turn on the valves on your meter to let the pump get water thru you fool.

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    Your in a no win situation DD.Face and Thai logic says your are wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post

    how would you deal with cnuts like these?
    Like any other builder would, tell him you'll be back Tuesday week and then disapear off the face of the earth

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    yep I got about 6 million bahts worth of work lined up for the end of January and I dont want to do it it is all shite, but then you get these cnuts with there small jobs saying that the anti slip grids on the end of tiles to stop you falling downstairs are uncomfortable, I mean fok me if they were smooth they wouldn't be uncomfortable but they would be slippery.

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    Do you find the younger customers dont moan as much as the old bastards?

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    You old gits are the worst, Now I am not saying death is what you deserve but that would be a good start

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    I did mention to my builder that I didn't think that tile was best for the 5 steps up to my balcony on the outside (the rest of the steps are teak) because I didn't want to break my neck in walking down in the rain. They mentioned the non-slippery substance that you spoke of. In the end, it won't make any difference. I won't use those steps in rainy weather but go inside and use those steps to go upstairs and use the balcony then, if I want. I'm usually pretty easy to please.

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    ^^ me? I'm 38....just say to them.....

    "never mind pal you'll be dead soon and yer house will belong to yer Isaan slapper and i dont hear her compalinin about the tile edging"

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    customers always right focking builders are know it alls

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    Well, I mean, DD can be quite a nice chap at times, but let's be honest here, he and his staff have a reputation, this is not the first time they've run up the water bill by playing with the bum guns instead of getting on with the job they are being paid for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller View Post
    Well, I mean, DD can be quite a nice chap at times, but let's be honest here, he and his staff have a reputation, this is not the first time they've run up the water bill by playing with the bum guns instead of getting on with the job they are being paid for.
    priceless!

    and it wasnt even Song Kran.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Chuchok
    Your in a no win situation DD.Face and Thai logic says your are wrong.
    The problem is, there is no such thing as Thai logic, try to explain and they'll look at you like a curious puppy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    ... saying that the anti slip grids on the end of tiles to stop you falling downstairs are uncomfortable, I mean fok me if they were smooth they wouldn't be uncomfortable but they would be slippery.
    Lovely . I can understand your frustration. I have a friend who used to rebuild houses up in New Englad... he quite working on anything under a few hundred k because the guys with cheaper jobs were always trying to cut corners and get a deal on contracts where there was little money to be made in the first palce.

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    Maybe you should post some pictures so everyone can see what a wanker your customer is?

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    ^yeah, Gualt the bastards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Chuchok View Post
    ^yeah, Gualt the bastards.
    I meant the so called 'dodgy work', not the wanker customer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    I meant the so called 'dodgy work', not the wanker customer.
    Ahh, does the customer live in Ayutthaya by any chance ?

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    Customers are Thai's or farungs?

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