When everything around is messy
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When everything around is messy
This cracked me up!
You're always freaking late!! STJs love this :)
When the quantity of tabs open at the same time in your browser just keeps inflating day after day and there's nothing you can do against it.
Public restrooms are cleaner than your own personal restroom
When you say to yourself you will do X and Y but end up lazing around and doing nothing of substance despite all those grandiose ideas in my head.
Nothing throws you off cause you're so good at pivoting
When you don't agree with the old saying that anything worth doing is worth doing well...
I just completed a very P project: replacing the integrated halogen spots over my bathroom mirror cabinet, badly.
First I had of course just assumed that the bulbs needed replacing, but it didn't help. I contemplated hiring a licensed electrician come to replace the lamps, but it sounded like a lot of effort, plus I'm not all that wild about the cabinet to begin with and wasn't willing to spend a lot of money fixing it. Also, I like being able to do things myself. Sounded like a job for this amateur with no knowledge of electrical work.
So I screwed the structure open to see what the wiring looked like. Scary - there were a lot of wires, attached to different places in the wall, to each other and to a slim box. I decided that that I wouldn't be able to make sense of the wires without the help of an instruction booklet that would probably come with the new lamps, so I headed for the store in hope that the choice would be obvious when I saw the selection.
There were no halogen spots in the store; apparently led has replaced halogen years ago. I took my chances and bought some led spots. They weren't the same size as the old ones, but I decided to make it work anyway. I wondered about the box thingy, but although I had the opportunity to google it with my phone, it made more sense to me to at least give it a go first.
At home, with the screwdriver in my hand ready to screw the new wires to the old mystery box I got a bit squimish and finally googled that a halogen driver cannot be used with led spots. Back to the store. I was hoping that I could find the same size box, only for leds, because there wasn't really room in the structure for much else. The only thing I could find was a completely different kind of a led driver, with a plug and cord. I bought it, although it was obvious that it wasn't meant to be integrated into any fixed structure. Maybe I could take it apart and find the right kind of wires inside? After all, I've never done this before; beginner's luck must be on my side.
You would think that after messing up every single step of the way I wouldn't have working led spots in my bathroom. But if your standards aren't very high, nothing is very difficult. I ended up having to use a drill, some superglue and scotch tape to force together all these parts that clearly weren't meant to be used together, but now I do have spotlights in my bathroom again.
This would never happen to a Judger.
When your itinerary involves currency exchange, flight tickets, hotel bookings and nothing else.
You know you're a perceiver when the suggestion of making a schedule to make your life supposedly easier makes you cringe