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My painters call this something I don't care to print
boo boo Barbara...
Fascinating. Haven't heard that before, but it works
I knew that one, but Liz's father was a professional house painter and she's used the term "holiday" when we've painted our own home.
Holiday, I haven't heard that! Interesting!
Never heard that term. Interesting.
I don't know and will just read the comments to find out. I won't give in to the temptation of Google.
Never heard that term before, nor Raymond E. Camp 's fish eye. A lousy paint job, that one I have heard! We always learn something new. A
I am waiting for the answers
I am not very good so will have to consult with Google or Raymond E. Camp
Many terms one being a fish eye.
Stevens Point, WI
We did have painters in our family and yet, I never heard it. Nice to know, though. thinking of you and hoping you are having a wonderful day, Barbara.
I'm always ready for a holiday!
Wow, never would have guessed that one!
I've never heard that term.
A Crappy Paint Job !!!!
Who needs Mr. Google when I have Mr. Crappy?
I call it "Get a new painter" ;)
No clue, maybe a "crappy job"?
Hmm -- never heard the term. You really can learn something new everyday.
Ill take any holiday i can get, maybe now not when they come paint my house though
Thanks for the reminder. Our painters recently had to repaint our kitchen ceiling.
Barbara Todaro - I'll just go with 'HOLIDAY'! I like that...
I have no clue.
It's called a boo boo.
common error my husband makes. I call it a boo boo. lol!
I was thinking it was a 'scratch' - NOT! Though I don't think of 'scratch' as a slang term, and should have asked a painter Barbara Todaro!
HEY! you missed a spot.... How's that?
I would have needed google's help to get that.