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Bricks

clrd2lnd

Sausage King of Kailua
Mar 23, 2005
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#1
I bought a new construction in Texas and the builder left 700 to 800 bricks in the garage. Why do they do this and wtf am I supposed to with them? I understand some boxes of tile etc but this is ridiculous. Is there value in selling them or should I just load up my truck and shitcan them?
 

JoeyDVDZ

That's MR. MOJO, Motherfucker!
Aug 20, 2004
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#2
At Home Depot bricks cost $2-5 apiece depending on what they're for. Also, you could build some outdoor landscaping features with the leftover bricks; that's what I did with a bunch of slate that was left here from the landscaping they did before I bought the place.
 

Bluestreak

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Sep 27, 2007
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#3
You paid for those bricks.
The cost of materials was rolled into the purchase price of the property.

Do something smart with them, like smash your cock between 2 of 'em.
 
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Creasy Bear

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Mar 10, 2006
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#8
Seriously? Who the hell can't think up a worthwhile purpose for 800 bricks?

A patio, a nice mailbox, landscaping, a nice brick pathway, etc...

Chuck 'em in the trash? Seriously?

At least put them in a sack and throw them at people...

 

Stormrider666

Hell is home.
Mar 19, 2005
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#16
What you want to do is break them down and mix them with some baby laxative. Then portion them out into little baggies. Preferably 10oz per bag. Then hire some salespeople to help move the product for you. Pretty soon, the money will just start rolling in.
 

Turfmower

Registered User
Jan 17, 2005
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#24
Wrap then up in paper, and when you get junk mail tape the return envelope to then and drop it in the mail box and let them deal with them.
 
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