Carpet Cleaner | Episode 535 | Complete Carpet
Carpet Cleaner | Episode 535 | Complete Carpet
Speaker 1: (00:01)
Welcome to the carpet diem podcast. I am your host, Nathan Sabrina’s and I am excited to talk to as we continue our part two of our history of complete carpet carpet cleaning Tulsa. Since 1998 we are complete carpet. So give us a call today at (918) 494-7093. Uh, we left off last time talking about the importance of finding what you love versus what you like versus what you want to do and making sure you keep what is your de-stressor or your fun time thing and to keep that in your fun time category. Did he do it for work? And eventually it becomes work. And there’s a big lesson. There’s a second part to this story that I think is a big lesson to be learned here is that, um, anything that you do, everything that you do is work. Now, whether you like the work or whether you don’t like the work is a different story, but you have to look at everything through life as work. Carpet Cleaner Tulsa since 1998.
Speaker 1: (00:53)
So if you wake up in the morning, it takes work to get out of bed. It takes work to put on your clothes. It takes work to take a shower. Some people skip that work and we can tell because we smell the lack of their showering and realize, Hey, tomorrow morning put more work in and make sure that body gets smelling good. It takes work to brush your teeth and we’ve run into the people who decided that work was too tedious and they didn’t brush their teeth and now you can tell it. They’ve got how their toes, his breath and you’re like, Oh my wow. Um, I just walked into something just died in there. I don’t, Oh well I got in my mouth too. I guess I’m going to, I need a mint just because I’m getting close to you and it takes work to go to the bathroom to put on your clothes, to sweep the floor, to take out the trash. Carpet Cleaner Tulsa is in our fiber.
Speaker 1: (01:36)
We’ve been in places where somebody played the not it trash game, the nodded trash game. Have you have never played this game. It is. It’s so much fun. It’s just a terrible, terrible thing to happen. You go over to the trail. This is how the nodded trash game works. You go over to the trash, you open up the top of the lid of the trash and you realize this trash is at the very, very far. I would say to the point of falling out that somebody previously had put something in there and had just precariously balanced it right on the top and then close the lid in a way that kept it from falling out, but you’re holding some trash in your hand. You’re like, well, I mean, I don’t want to be it. I don’t want to be it that I’m not, it’s not me. Carpet Cleaner Tulsa since 1998.
Speaker 1: (02:16)
I’m not going to be, I’m not going to be the person who gets stuck taking this whole trash thing. I was. What you do is you take a piece of trash, you got, you put it on the top and then you do the little shop, a little squat in the shove. You kind of put it over the hand over the trash. You get back and you’re like, just push a little, push it out a little harder. And just to where it’s down far enough, you can close the legs. He kinda like push you with one hand hand in the lid and the other’s hand and like, like somebody trying to get out of bear trap. You pull out your hand, close the lid and you’re like, Oh yes, I’m not in. Now if you try and do that and the trash Springs back and falls out of the trash container, you realize, Oh, now I, man, I’m going to have to be the one that takes the trash out. Carpet Cleaner Tulsa is in our fiber.
Speaker 1: (02:53)
And a lot of times we do that in our deciding factor of the thing that we’re going to do is that we try to figure out what things do I not want to do because it takes work to do everything. It takes some work to wash your dishes, it takes work to make your food. Or there’s been times where, um, if you look at any college age, a young man, the majority of them, not everyone, but the majority of them play the I that is too much work game for food. Or you’ll come in and there’ll be a mother who comes to visit her little boy. They’re like, Oh, my little Johnny. He’s just such a lovely little boy. He’s just always, he’s on top of his game. He’s a straight a student, is all pro everything. He’s just, everything he does is all pro. Carpet Cleaner Tulsa since 1998.
Speaker 1: (03:29)
And you’re like, um, uh, what has he done? Well, I mean, whatever it is he does, he, he’s all pro all the time. He’s just a super, super duper athlete. And you’re like, um, has he actually competed anything? Well, that’s not being a facts. It’s not that. It’s just, it’s the, it’s the a boisterous mother who just loves her son no matter what he has not done. And of course there’s the other side of the mothers who will just tell everybody everything you’ve done, even if it was the most embarrassing thing you did when you were one. Uh, so going back there, she will go out and she’ll visit her little boy in his college dorm room and then she will open the fridge and when she opens the fridge there is this sucking sound that comes from the fridge and she, if you were to know if you were a young college boy you would know what this sucking vacuum sound is, but it is the sound of a fridge that has not been opened in a very, very long time and there was nothing in the fridge. Carpet Cleaner Tulsa is in our fiber.
Speaker 1: (04:21)
Well I take that back. There was always going to be at least some ketchup packets, maybe like one hot dog and some cheese that has hair on it now and cheese that has hair on it. This is a specialty type and having cheese, cheese, cheese is mold. Like you bold milk, you let milk ferment and it kind of Kurds together and then you create cheese out of it. So it’s really hard to mess up cheese because it already is cheese. Does it become more cheesier? The more aged it becomes, but certain types of cheese, if you’re really skilled at it, if you leave it in the fridge just long enough, it can actually start to create its own little Petri dish. It’ll become like a Petri dish of cheese. And I don’t think it’s because of the cheese. I think it’s because we opened the back of the cheese, we touched it with our hands. Carpet Cleaner Tulsa since 1998.
Speaker 1: (05:03)
We kind of spirit our germs in there are bacteria and everything all over the cheese that we kind of left it open. We didn’t zip it back up, we didn’t keep it clean. We gotta just left it open in the fridge. And so a week, a month, a year, who knows how long this fridge has been closed. It is now continued to grow hair. It’s now become like the cheese she had in your refrigerator and here it is, the cheese chia pet in your refrigerator and your mother Oak does the obligatory open to check in to see what is inside of the thing and this sucking sound. There’s kind of a whoosh of a sound is her breaking the vacuum seal of the Petri dish that your, that is your refrigerator that has been culminating and fumigating and creating a most noxious odor, specifically unique noxious odor that only I think a mother could find and she looked over to you like, Oh my goodness, what is wrong with you? There’s no sensibility. Like, well, I mean I was hungry but I didn’t know what to do with the ketchup and the cheese, so I just didn’t eat. And I’m not saying women are much better at this, but men are some of the worst where we will just be like, well, I mean I couldn’t get in my car and I couldn’t drive to taco bell and buy some foods so I’m not hungry. Carpet Cleaner Tulsa is in our fiber.
Speaker 1: (06:15)
But that would mean I have to get off the couch so I’m just not going to eat it. It’s like a, it’s like an intentional starvation diet that young men do because they just don’t want to put the work in that’s necessary to get their carpet cleaned in Tulsa since 1998 we are complete carpet. We’ll continue this podcast in the next, in our long series. Eventually we’ll get to, I know that you’re listening, thinking, when will he get to the curation of complete carpet? Why will he just go on about the processes it takes to get there? Well, we will get there. I assure you that one of these podcasts, we will make sure we get all of those questions answered. Carpet cleaning, Tulsa since 1998 we are complete carpet. Carpet Cleaner Tulsa since 1998.