‘I don’t like how he installed that shower, you know. I’m going to pull out a few tiles and move those pipes around.’
For the most part, those aren’t sentences that you’re likely to hear about a bathroom fitter.
And, in general, that’s true for most classic tradesmen. Plumbers, carpenters, electricians, you name it. And it’s also true for people in other professions:
- Lawyers – ‘These contract restrictions aren’t exhaustive enough. To the library!’
- Dentists – ‘Let’s redo that root canal. Gloves, please!’
- Doctors – ‘Well, I really do think the incision ought to go here.’
- Pilots – ‘This glide slope is sub-optimal. Hand me the controls.’