I drilled a couple of holes in a wall the other night, to fasten a lamp to the wall. Today the bulb blew, and as I handled the lamp to replace it, the lamp stopped being attached to the wall. Okay, drill deeper holes, longer rawplugs. But only one of the rawplugs would "bite" (wall being sufficiently hard there and soft at the other hole). Okay, drill a third hole - more soft wall. All the while everytime I look down I start dripping from the hayfever. I decided to stop trying to fix this problem before there were one wall less in the house. Some things just have to be postponed until clarity is present again.
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