Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker
OK, so I am sure that you are wondering to yourself ‘how can working for a property management team, be funny’? Well, here, have a look at some of these tenant complaints I have saved – they are a riot:
- Help, my toilet is blocked, and I cannot bathe the children until it is cleared.
- Dear sir / Madam, I am writing on behalf of my kitchen sink, which is currently running away from the wall.
- I need some one to repair my stove as it has backfired and burnt my knob off.
- Please take note, there is a smell coming from the man next door.
- I am afraid to say that the toilet seat is cracked, and I need to know where do I stand on this.
- To whom it may concern, I request your permission to remove my drawers in the kitchen.
- I have recently noticed that the person next door has a large erection in his back garden, which is unsightly and dangerous.
- Can you please send someone over to mend our cracked sidewalk. Just the other day my wife tripped on it and is now pregnant.
- Regretfully, our kitchen floor is very damp, we have two children and would like a third. So please, send someone to do something about it.
- Please will you send a man to look at my water, it is a funny color and not fit to drink.
- When the workers were here last, they put their tools in my wife's new drawers and made a mess. Please send men with clean tools to finish the job and keep my wife happy.
Picture the scene: I had to visit a tenant’s apartment in downtown suburbia, just to check that the plumber I sent over there to fix a leak in their kitchen; did his job.
Simple thing for me to do, right?
However, once I arrived, I found out that the people living in this abode, were all... errr... naturists. And to make it even worse, they were all ‘elderly’ naturists.
It was very distracted. Heck, I was so distracted, that when I had to look under the kitchen sink, just to see that the ‘dripping’ had stopped, I could still see the lady’s of the house... droop.
Still, such is life I suppose – a droop for a drip – and a drip fixed under the kitchen sink.