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"Sadly for Jeremy, there were no safe smoothies."

2023.06.01 04:44 ThatCaviarIsAGarnish "Sadly for Jeremy, there were no safe smoothies."

Did the smoothie Jeremy Strong ingested contain Sarah Snook’s spit, or was there a non-spit version prepared by the props department?
Mark Mylod: Sadly for Jeremy, there were no safe smoothies. We did a lot of takes on that — at least eight, maybe more — where we did a full run, because it happened slightly differently each time, and it felt like we could do pick-up shots. We ran the whole scene from start to finish — including Jeremy drinking it. At a certain point, I gave him the out. I said “Listen, I’ve got you drinking this stuff. You don’t need to drink it anymore,” but by then, he was so deep in the moment that he just couldn’t stop himself! By the time I called “cut,” he would lean over and retch into the kitchen sink. It was so disgusting! The sink in the kitchen was absolutely unbelievable. I’d walk into the kitchen and want to throw up just because of the smell. For some reason, the alchemy of whatever Sarah was putting into that really was disgusting — including her own spit!

From Matt Zoller Seitz of Vulture's Q & A with Mark Mylod. Here's the full interviewwhere Mylod discusses the finale and also some of his favorite memories of working on Succession.
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2023.06.01 04:32 Affectionate_Box_616 Utility sink backing up from upstairs kitchen sink

I live in a 1942 with a basement. The sink is above the downstairs utility sink. When I run water in the utility sink there is no problem it drains fine although it will back up if run full steam but empties quickly. If the kitchen sink is full of water and I let it out it fills up the downstairs utility sink and even has particles and dirt in it. We don't use a garbage disposal. I put a stopper in the utility sink and the pressure from the kitchen sink blows the stopper out. Any ideas on what would cause this?
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2023.06.01 04:32 Willow-Klutzy Men of Reddit — when is it ok to piss in a kitchen sink?

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2023.06.01 04:30 Impossible-Change-39 The Pink Stuff

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2023.06.01 04:30 Impossible-Change-39 The Pink Stuff

The pink stuff The Pink Stuff is a versatile cleaning product that can be used to clean a variety of surfaces. Here are some things that The Pink Stuff can clean: 1. Kitchen appliances: The Pink Stuff can be used to clean ovens, stovetops, and microwaves. 2. Bathroom surfaces: The Pink Stuff can be used to clean sinks, showers, and toilets. 3. Outdoor furniture: The Pink Stuff can be used to clean patio furniture, including plastic, metal, and glass surfaces. 4. Shoes: The Pink Stuff can be used to clean shoes, including leather, suede, and canvas. 5. Car interiors: The Pink Stuff can be used to clean car interiors, including seats, dashboard, and console. 6. Jewelry: The Pink Stuff can be used to clean jewelry, including gold, silver, and costume jewelry. By using The Pink Stuff, you can clean a variety of surfaces and items in your home. It's a versatile and effective cleaning product that can help you keep your home clean and tidy. https://honesthoneyreviews.blogspot.com/2023/05/ discover-magic-of-pink-stuff-ultimate.html
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2023.06.01 04:21 cbvv1992 🔥Walmart - $28.99 Kitchen Sink Faucets with Pull Down Sprayer!!

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2023.06.01 04:18 NeatoC My little brother fresh out of the kitchen sink 1973

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2023.06.01 04:10 DA_DSkeptic Kitchen sink

Kitchen sink
Will add a cut off next time I mess with the cold water. Just installed a dishwasher.
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2023.06.01 04:00 Impossible-Change-39 Simple Cleaning Routine

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2023.06.01 04:00 Impossible-Change-39 Simple Cleaning Routine tips

Simple Cleaning Routine tips Simple cleaning routine Here's a simple cleaning routine that you can follow on a daily and weekly basis: Daily: • Make the bed • Wipe down bathroom counters and sink • Wipe down kitchen counters and stovetop • Sweep or vacuum high-traffic areas • Do a quick tidy of the living room and other common areas Weekly: • Dust surfaces throughout the home • Clean mirrors and windows • Scrub toilets, showers, and tubs • Mop or deep-clean floors • Wash bedding and towels By following this cleaning routine, you can keep your home clean and tidy without feeling overwhelmed. You can customize the routine to fit your specific needs and schedule. Learn more at: https://honesthoneyreviews.blogspot.com
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2023.06.01 04:00 Impossible-Change-39 Simple cleaning routine

Simple Cleaning Routine tips Simple cleaning routine Here's a simple cleaning routine that you can follow on a daily and weekly basis: Daily: • Make the bed • Wipe down bathroom counters and sink • Wipe down kitchen counters and stovetop • Sweep or vacuum high-traffic areas • Do a quick tidy of the living room and other common areas Weekly: • Dust surfaces throughout the home • Clean mirrors and windows • Scrub toilets, showers, and tubs • Mop or deep-clean floors • Wash bedding and towels By following this cleaning routine, you can keep your home clean and tidy without feeling overwhelmed. You can customize the routine to fit your specific needs and schedule. Learn more at: https://honesthoneyreviews.blogspot.com
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2023.06.01 03:55 Beanhedge "I work as a lifeguard. I love my job." LONGER VERSION

Hey, this is the longer version of the story "Lifeguarding" I'm posting it here because it got removed from NoSleep due to the main character being the villain (I think?). I am going to just post the shorter version to Short Scary Stories but I've got an hour before I can post there again and I feel that it looses some of the jokes.
Also, I know I said I plan to be posting less, and I do, I promise, I just really liked this idea.
Thank you for reading. :)
***
You learn lots of things working as a lifeguard.
CPR, BLS, EAP’s. They literally make you take a week-long course beforehand—if you’re like me and get your chemical certification with your basic life support so you can earn sixteen bucks an hour instead of thirteen.
My favorite part is what we call the Good Samaritan Law. Or as my instructors called it, the CYA law. (We have an acronym for everything.)
That one stands for “cover your ass”.
It means, in my state, anyway, that a first-responder, like a lifeguard, cannot be sued or jailed for actions taken to save a person's life in an emergency.
It comes in handy often. I guard a place called the Camrock Quarry. Not its real name, of course, but who cares. It’s a glorified swimming pool, except forty feet deep, and we have parents who think we’re a daycare. I regularly fish two to three kids out the deep end, only to drop them off, crying, to parents lazing in our chairs on their phones, angry that I won’t let their kids back in the water for a half-hour and they actually have to care for them.
They threaten to sue. Every. Goddamn. Day.
Other than that, it’s chill.
I spend one hour scanning an area. Then two beautiful, sharp, whistles blow. And it's a chair change. And I get to walk over to another area and watch there. We have breaks sometimes. That’s what adult-swim is.
Today, my coworker, Dede, roves toward me.
“That woman's child vomited watermelon in the toddler pool again.”
I pause. Blink.
“Is that all she feeds it?
Dede shrugs. I rub my face.
“I’ll turn on the pumps.”
I clean the “biomass”. Treat and recycle the water.
Feel the stares of “that woman” on my back.
“Why’s it taking so long?” She asks.
I tell her we have to rerun all the water through our filters.
“Well what am I supposed to do?”
I don’t want to argue.
“My manager bought us ice-cream last week. You could have some while you wait.”
Surprisingly, this works to calm her down. And five minutes later we’re standing in the building kitchen.
“You look like a drumstick man.” I say to the woman's kid, and make a show of him getting the last in the box. He's actually really sweet. He's got acid reflux and his mom doesn't like to pay for tums.
Then I dig back in the freezer.
“And would you like an ice-pop, ma’am?”
“I think I deserve one, at this point.”
“Yep.”
The boy eats his desert with feral energy. His mother is more hesitant. I watch her face pucker.
“These are sugar-free, aren’t they?” She asks.
I pretend to check the box. It's my revenge.
“Oh yeah, huh. Sorry.”
She drops it dramatically into our trash. Bitch. We’ll get bees.
Fifteen minutes later she’s pawned her child off to Dede, and I watch her swim in the deepest part of Camrock, what we call “The Pit”. It’s the actual full forty-foot deep part. We don’t allow children there.
You can’t see the bottom. It just goes black after a few feet.
Sometimes I wonder how many bodies have to be beneath that murk.
What else can you do when you spend twelve hours a day staring at water?
I watch that woman swim to the center of the pit.
Then she touches her head.
And she sinks.
Did you know we’re not supposed to call them victims? They’re “GID’s.” Guests in Distress. Because “It’s not their fault they’re in trouble.”
Nonsense.
But I do my job. Just because I hate someone doesn’t mean I want to get fired.
I blow my whistle long and dive in with my rescue tube. People evacuate. Scream. Get directed to call 9-1-1.
By the time I get her on my tube she’s not breathing. I grab her chin and force open her airway.
Someone slides a board into the water. We pull her out.
I begin CPR.
Her ribs crack, her chest caving as I push hard and fast atop her. It sounds like someone stepping on twigs.
Dede runs up with our crash bag.
“I’ve got the AED! I’ve got the AED!”
And she tries to pull the woman's shirt off while I’m still doing compressions.
“Christ!” I say. “Calm down.”
And then I help cut the woman's shirt off. Her boy is watching us. Crying. There's still ice-cream on his face.
We paste the pads on and wait.
“V-TAC. SHOCK ADVISED.” The machine says. “STAND CLEAR.”
The woman's whole body arcs.
“PULSE DETECTED.”
She doesn’t talk. It’s not like the movies, where someone sits up and speaks. Instead the woman rolls over, crying softly, and vomits. I roll her onto her left side. Dede vacuums out her mouth.
By then the ambulance has arrived.
The EMT’s put her on the stretcher. One of them taps my shoulder after she’s loaded in.
“Hey,” He says. “Congrats. You just saved a life.”
I smile.
Broken ribs. Possible brain damage. She’s going to be in the hospital for months, not to mention the damage of the medical debt.
I think of her boy.
Saved indeed.
All I needed was an ice-pop tray and the key to our chemical shed. And I'm legally protected.
Just thought I’d say.
Enjoy your Summer.
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2023.06.01 03:41 ExcitingWhole5409 Can't get snake through a bend.

So old commercial space with apartment upstairs. I got a kitchen sink clogged. Me and plumber have gone the full 25 feet on normal snake. No dice. He wants me to cut out walls in main floor to cut out pipe section and snake from there. We a theatre in season. It's a no go. I bought the milwaukee m18 against my wife's approval. It's 35 ft which might help but I am waiting on the 50 ft in shipment.
Problem is the 5/16 35 ftsnake can't get as far as the 25 1/4!
Can I bend my cable head to help it navigate the twist and turns. 590 bucks later I can't even get 12 feet in!
The 50 is a 1/4 but its a week out.
Tldnr Any advice on bending my new fancy milwaukee m18 snake head? Will I ruin it? Would it help?
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2023.06.01 03:18 muzicman82 Delta Touch2O Eratic Behavior

Hi all, I have Delta faucet 9192T-AR-DST. It is mounted in a stainless steel sink.
It currently turns on randomly, and every time when touching the sink itself, just as if I were to touch the faucet.
There's a troubleshooting page that says:
"The spout may be in electrical contact with the sink. Make sure the spout insulating components are in place."
What are these insulating components?
I already completely removed and reinstalled everything and it's still a problem.
Is the RP92543 indicator base supposed to insulate everything? I do have the RP47274 escutcheon also installed but not sure if the plastic inside of the stainless was also supposed to insulate.
Any ideas?
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2023.06.01 03:15 Impossible-Change-39 Simple Cleaning Routine

Simple cleaning routine Here's a simple cleaning routine that you can follow on a daily and weekly basis: Daily: • Make the bed • Wipe down bathroom counters and sink • Wipe down kitchen counters and stovetop •Sweep or vacuum high-traffic areas • Do a quick tidy of the living room and other common areas Weekly: •Dust surfaces throughout the home • Clean mirrors and windows •Scrub toilets, showers, and tubs • Mop or deep-clean floors Wash bedding and towels By following this cleaning routine, you can keep your home clean and tidy without feeling overwhelmed. You can customize the routine to fit your specific needs and schedule. Learn more at: https://honesthoneyreviews.blogspot.com
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2023.06.01 03:15 Impossible-Change-39 Simple Cleaning Routine

Simple cleaning routine Here's a simple cleaning routine that you can follow on a daily and weekly basis: Daily: • Make the bed • Wipe down bathroom counters and sink • Wipe down kitchen counters and stovetop •Sweep or vacuum high-traffic areas • Do a quick tidy of the living room and other common areas Weekly: •Dust surfaces throughout the home • Clean mirrors and windows •Scrub toilets, showers, and tubs • Mop or deep-clean floors Wash bedding and towels By following this cleaning routine, you can keep your home clean and tidy without feeling overwhelmed. You can customize the routine to fit your specific needs and schedule. Learn more at: https://honesthoneyreviews.blogspot.com
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2023.06.01 03:15 Impossible-Change-39 Simple Cleaning Routine

Simple cleaning routine Here's a simple cleaning routine that you can follow on a daily and weekly basis: Daily: • Make the bed • Wipe down bathroom counters and sink • Wipe down kitchen counters and stovetop •Sweep or vacuum high-traffic areas • Do a quick tidy of the living room and other common areas Weekly: •Dust surfaces throughout the home • Clean mirrors and windows •Scrub toilets, showers, and tubs • Mop or deep-clean floors Wash bedding and towels By following this cleaning routine, you can keep your home clean and tidy without feeling overwhelmed. You can customize the routine to fit your specific needs and schedule. Learn more at: https://honesthoneyreviews.blogspot.com
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2023.06.01 03:06 WinningRemote NY State Roasters: Can you share information?

I'm looking to start a micro-roastery and am looking at commercial property in my area. What are the basics you need to get the Dept of Ag food handler's approval? Triple sink, Handwashing station, anything else? Do floors and walls have to be sealed and washable like a restaurant kitchen (floor drain)? I want to be compliant but I know a bunch of roasters have much less in their setups so I'm wondering if I am overthinking it or if maybe they are just a little less than compliant?
Any advice would be welcome. The information online is less than specific.
Alternatively: Are there any roasters between Albany and Westchester who would be willing to share/sublease their roaster up to 1day/week? I haven't found any co-ops near me yet.
Thanks.
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2023.06.01 02:57 Manyakus Delta Valve Knock Sound and Shuts by itself

-House built in 2003 and original delta cartridge ran fine until last year (dripping).
-Changed the valve in 2022 with RP19804 and everything ran perfectly with no issues.
-Last week, whenever you rotate the handle past the cold, the valve makes a knock sound then shuts cold and hot, no more water comes out, regardless where the handle is.
-Changed the valve again this week, same problem.
-I flushed my house water line and opened all my house faucet when I re-opened the main water house valve. Did that for 10 minutes and the shower that had the problem seems to work now now with no issues past the cold.
- When I started to close one faucet at a time, when I closed my first floor faucets, I heard the knock in my second floor (the shower that gave me problem)
-Now back to square one, whenever I open this shower valve, it runs ok in cold, but the minute the hot water comes in, it knocks and shuts completely. Then I need to wait a couple of minutes until the shower reset itself somehow, then again same problem.
I attached a video.
Please give me your insight.
https://reddit.com/link/13x3tfb/video/kczedhj42b3b1/player
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2023.06.01 02:49 steez_adjacent If chasing food into your sink drain with a faucet sprayer is part of the 2024 Olympics, what sport are you medaling in?

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2023.06.01 02:34 boxybaritone Does anyone know a way to patch this or make it less scary looking?

Does anyone know a way to patch this or make it less scary looking?
Kitchen sink in my new apartment (built in the 1940’s, not sure how old this sink is). I think it’s ceramic? I know there’s probably not a permanent fix, but the shards make me nervous. I’m just renting so I can’t replace the sink and don’t want to put too much money into it, but a patch of some sort would be nice.
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