Sometimes we here at Crappier but Cheaper see DIY projects and think… only in (insert neighborhood / town / city).
And that’s exactly what came to mind when we saw this. Drumroll, please.
Keep the neighborhood beautiful, people!
We’ve been quiet over here at Crappier but cheaper. The fact is, it takes a lot to impress us and meet the quality bar. The DIY work we’ve been seeing recently? It’s just too good. Until today.
Oh, how I wish there had been some creature in this contraption when CBC drove by!
This homemade catwalk (or at least that’s what we assume it is) on the second floor apartment is crappy but also pretty darn cool. It joins together two windows likely (hopefully?) in the same apartment.
But this cat has options. And ways to hide just out of reach.
It’s also worth driving by in an effort to confirm the pet this is meant to serve is indeed a cat. Active Guinea Pig anyone?
When you’re job, after installing a new window, is to add caulk in order to finish the job, what should you do?
Well, you should probably caulk it and finish the job. Consider it otherwise unfinished.
But what if you are short? Now that’s a predicament.
Not for this window installer. When ‘he’ found he was just a bit too short to reach the caulk to the top, did he get a ladder? Grab a chair? Ask someone for help? Jump?
Just do your best.
Not this guy. He’s all suited up and looking fine.
In a town where they used to be a parade of tricked-out art cars, this would be considered tame.
Next time, buddy, just get a fresh coat of paint.
The cost benefits here of daisy chaining padlocks to form a chain seem counter intuitive. But since it isn’t a true DIY project, well, the owner can change their mind whenever they want. Or maybe it’s simply a lock-storage system for the parks employees.
Hey Mikey I need to lock up gate 34. Got any extra padlocks?
Not on me, bro. But I keep a bunch at he gate up on the main entrance. Just make sure that gate stays locked too.
And now it’s a problem.