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Best trash story from my customer several years ago.
They plugged their kitchen sink real good. Turns out they were leaving for a 2 week trip and disposed of all the food from the fridge and freezer down the disposal so it wouldn't sit in the trash. Should have just given it to their kids instead.
I once had a young bride try to make homemade bread for her new husband. This was pre breadmakers (33-years ago) and when it didn't turn out she tried to dispose of the raw dough down the kitchen sink. This was just before I opened my shop and three others across three days could not clear it. I used my K50 with an open wind cable and removed a 5-gallon bucket worth of raw dough. They became my first commercial account and we were their plumbers until they went under 20 some years later.
"Somewhere a Village is Missing Twelve Idiots!" - Casey Anthony