• Republicans: How does it feel to be caught red-handed?

    Best answer: Conservatives lie about everything
    Best answer: Conservatives lie about everything
    11 answers · Cleaning & Laundry · 1 day ago
  • Dealing with bees?

    A while back my poor mother was stung by a bee (or at least we think they're bees, could possibly be wasps, we can't get a good look) while working around a bush in the corner of our garden. Since then she can't get near it as there are always bees flying around it. Very recently we saw they were flying... show more
    A while back my poor mother was stung by a bee (or at least we think they're bees, could possibly be wasps, we can't get a good look) while working around a bush in the corner of our garden. Since then she can't get near it as there are always bees flying around it. Very recently we saw they were flying in and out of a hole in the ground by the base of the bush, obviously their nest. Problem is as long as they're there we can't get any work done in that corner. Can't paint the fence, can't trim the bushes, can't weed around the flowers, etc etc. Is there anything we can do - preferably without killing them - that will move them or allow us to work freely again?
    3 answers · Garden & Landscape · 10 hours ago
  • Neighbour watched me going to toilet?

    we have a large frosted window in our bathroom but i slide the top half open when im doing a poo to let in fresh air.at that angle though my neighbour is able to see me semi naked on the toilet from his balcony.should i speak to him about this?
    we have a large frosted window in our bathroom but i slide the top half open when im doing a poo to let in fresh air.at that angle though my neighbour is able to see me semi naked on the toilet from his balcony.should i speak to him about this?
    9 answers · Do It Yourself (DIY) · 4 hours ago
  • Which is cheaper to run, AC or Cooling fan?

    Pretty straight forward question. Which is cheaper to run, the average A.C. that sits in the window or Cooling tower fan?
    Pretty straight forward question. Which is cheaper to run, the average A.C. that sits in the window or Cooling tower fan?
    9 answers · Other - Home & Garden · 12 hours ago
  • 4 years after I broke my friends couch his parents want me to buy them a new one what do i do?

    4 years ago I accidently broke my friends couch we talked to his parents and they were fine you could still use the couch. Now 4 years later they want me to replace it.
    4 years ago I accidently broke my friends couch we talked to his parents and they were fine you could still use the couch. Now 4 years later they want me to replace it.
    46 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 6 days ago
  • Where should I dispose of lead?

    I'll be using lead in a Science Fair project and ill need to write down a method of disposal since lead is a hazardous substance. So what method of disposal should I best use?
    I'll be using lead in a Science Fair project and ill need to write down a method of disposal since lead is a hazardous substance. So what method of disposal should I best use?
    25 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 5 days ago
  • Electric water heater not getting power or shuts off.?

    I have a 50gal electric water heater from 2014. I get power from the junction box to it but when hooked up it does not power it on. The breaker is not tripped either. The heating elements are brand new as I just replaced them a few months ago. Does anyone have any ideas?
    I have a 50gal electric water heater from 2014. I get power from the junction box to it but when hooked up it does not power it on. The breaker is not tripped either. The heating elements are brand new as I just replaced them a few months ago. Does anyone have any ideas?
    21 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 5 days ago
  • How do you pronounce diy?

    Best answer: die
    Best answer: die
    25 answers · Do It Yourself (DIY) · 6 days ago
  • Do you think battery-powered lawn equipment will surpass gas-powered equipment in terms of being the standard?

    Best answer: Not really. Battery powered works fine for short jobs and small areas. Other than that, it isn't practical. The charges don't last long enough and it takes too long to recharge. If you wanted to use a battery-powered thing all day long, you'd need a lot of batteries.
    Best answer: Not really. Battery powered works fine for short jobs and small areas. Other than that, it isn't practical. The charges don't last long enough and it takes too long to recharge. If you wanted to use a battery-powered thing all day long, you'd need a lot of batteries.
    6 answers · Garden & Landscape · 1 day ago
  • When do you stop mowing the grass for the year?

    Best answer: For me it is when the ground freezes, I have a large Maple that only loses its leaves just before the ground freezes and I shred the leaves with the mulching mower.

    It is better to let the grass grow a little longer for the winter months but that is not always practical.
    Best answer: For me it is when the ground freezes, I have a large Maple that only loses its leaves just before the ground freezes and I shred the leaves with the mulching mower.

    It is better to let the grass grow a little longer for the winter months but that is not always practical.
    7 answers · Garden & Landscape · 3 days ago
  • Is it worth 20 bucks putting my eye up to a garden hose and turning it on?

    Best answer: You should stick it up your backside to rinse your brains off
    Best answer: You should stick it up your backside to rinse your brains off
    7 answers · Garden & Landscape · 3 days ago
  • Should a housing developer replace my taps??

    My wife and I have just (three weeks ago) purchased a new build property. The bathroom and downstairs toilets have these snazzy shallow sinks and some fancy taps which gush the water out in a jet that is roughly the width and depth of a £2 coin. This is all very attractive. The problem is if you run the tap at... show more
    My wife and I have just (three weeks ago) purchased a new build property. The bathroom and downstairs toilets have these snazzy shallow sinks and some fancy taps which gush the water out in a jet that is roughly the width and depth of a £2 coin. This is all very attractive. The problem is if you run the tap at anything more than a quarter of it's full pressure, the water splashed right out of the sink. Yes, we could get by with just using them gently but really???? It's a pain! Also, they don't mix the hot/cold water properly when we run them slowly ...so it's either scolding or cold. Not good! So we've come to terms with the fact that this won't do and we'll have to replace them. Should we expect the developer to do this for us?? Could I apply for a CCJ against them to cover the cost if they refuse (I expect they will). Any advise will be much appreciated!!!
    19 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 7 days ago
  • Samsung appliances trying to burn my house down??

    I have a Samsung microwave and oven, and they always pres their own buttons? The microwave always presses the number 7 on it's own and we have to leave it open or else it with turn on for 77:77 minutes. And the weirdest thing is that my stove turns on by itself even though it's not a button. You have to... show more
    I have a Samsung microwave and oven, and they always pres their own buttons? The microwave always presses the number 7 on it's own and we have to leave it open or else it with turn on for 77:77 minutes. And the weirdest thing is that my stove turns on by itself even though it's not a button. You have to push in and turn the dial and it's turned on all the way 3 times. The first time, there was a giant glass jar of oil that I use for frying on the stove that turned on. The whole thing was hot when I found it and when I moved it, the glass cracked. I'm lucky the other burner didn't turn on because the thing on it was flammable. Why does this happen? Do other people have this problem?
    8 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 5 days ago