The last time I did a plumbing problem, I got stuck in a ditch.
I’d have to figure out what to do with it and then try again.
So I figured I’d take my time and make the best of the situation.
I did not, however, plan on the water in the bowl.
I thought, Why the hell am I using this bathroom when I can just use the toilet in my living room?
So I began to search for the source of the leak, which is not hard to find: a sink.
And I discovered that my sink was leaking a bit.
Not quite a leak, but enough to make me uncomfortable.
I decided to call my handyman and have him fix it.
He did a fantastic job and fixed the leak.
I’ll never forget his response.
He then added, “You should take your shower.
It will help.”
So I did.
But not without some help from a few other people.
One of the first things I did after showering was check on my sink.
I was shocked.
I found that it was leaking water into my bathroom and a small drain on the wall.
I also noticed a couple of little leaks in the wall, but I’m not sure what they were.
The leaks were coming from the toilet itself, which was not very well insulated.
The toilet bowl had leaked, and the drain was leaking out of the sink, into the drain, and into the bathroom sink.
It took a few hours to fix both leaks.
I don’t know if it’s just me, or if this is a recurring problem, but when it does happen, I think I just need to take a shower.
I think it’s a good idea to take your toilet bowl out of your bathroom and into your shower every now and then.
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