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I put it off as long as I could but now I have to do it. I built an addition to the house last year. everything is great with me till the dam dry wall. dont get me wrong I can do fine but I would rather get another hair cut from the drunk farmer down the road than do all this mud and tape. the only thing better than applying the mud is the breathing the dust sanding it. I know WA WA :bawling: BOO HOO poor me . but I still hate mudding
 

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I feel your pain.. My thing is I hate to paint.. Damned easy thing to do, but I would rather shave my.. well never mind, I just don't like doing it....

Actuall shaving is another thing I hate to do.. Soem day I may spring for laser hair removal..
 

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I've the only 5 bathroom house I know of with no paint on it anywhere.

period

I'd rather pay taxes.
 

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I can feel your pain!! I am in the same boat...I just spent about ten hours today hanging the stuff, been doing it for 3 weekends straight and now the
mudd and tape thing
 

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LMAO! That sure would be a sight! Mom and daughter hanging drywall while texturing ceiling, mudding, sanding, and taping. How much better could it get...I think I know the answer to that one too!
 

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When I saw the topic title I thought you were referring to doing some off roading in a truck. But to get back on topic I don't find hanging drywall and mudding on my top ten list of things to do, but I'd do it if I had to. As for watching my wife and sister in law texturing the ceiling... :nanabang: :nanabang: :rockin: :rockin: :naughty: :naughty: :thumbup1: Of course it depends on which sister in law you are referring to, lmao.
 

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Sheetrock, now there is something I know. I grew up hanging the stuff with my old man and that old dude could absolutely hang it with the best of them, used to call him Rembrandt. I swear there was nothing that he could not or would not drywall and make it look darn good in the process too. Now tapping that is another story, the old man and I never got much better than your basic fire tapping skills. You could always tell a sorry a$$ rookie taper, he runs his mud way too thick and that sanding pole is his absolute best friend in the world. By the way, that would be me :D
 

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all the mud I put on yesterday is not dry yet , 24 hours later, it is just too humid to dry. now that is a great excuse not to do any today. as for sanding fortunatly I do not do much of that. I try to scrape it with the knife wile it is still wet.
nouthing is better that sneezing out all thet white dust in a sticky clump . MMmmm
 
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