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Painter in an Accident

Where do you even start to clean this mess up?  This is why its important to make sure those paint buckets are hammered down shut. 

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10 Comments to Painter in an Accident

  1. I don’t even see any lids. :(

  2. Douche Nozzle on January 2nd, 2013
  3. “Did you hear something bump back there?”

    “Nope, I’m sure it’s ok”

  4. Neil R on January 2nd, 2013
  5. Nope, the car is trash time for a new car.

  6. Roy on January 2nd, 2013
  7. Now that is a aw shit

  8. John on January 2nd, 2013
  9. Lids … We don’t need no steenking lids!

  10. netjnke on January 2nd, 2013
  11. You don’t try to clean it up. Just let it dry, and keep working. Maybe, just MAYBE, scrape the paint off the window.

  12. George Johnson on January 2nd, 2013
  13. Full coverage? Throw the lids in there and make a claim!!!!

  14. SassY2010 on January 2nd, 2013
  15. If that is laytex paint, it will just peel right off the windows and anything plastic once it is dry.
    By the looks of the head rests, I wonder if that is a Volvo?

  16. jag on January 2nd, 2013
  17. I said I wanted white wall tires, not Im tired and want white walls!

  18. dm417 on January 3rd, 2013
  19. Dented red car, popped airbags and a firefighter on the right. I wonder what happened…

  20. Derp on January 6th, 2013

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