Why you should never pour grease down the drain

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+7 1. smi commented 5 years ago

First he says fat is very bad for your pipes and very hard to remove, but finishes the "lecture" by saying fat is easy to remove from your pipes. So, which is it?
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+5 2. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

#1 It bad ok, it's the bad thing he said, just don't fecking get fat down your pipes ok, in fact don't get fat down your own pipes or you might get an internal fatburg.... in your ass, then when that starts to back up your breath is gonna stink to high Devon and eventually you are gonna need a small piece of wood just wider than your mouth not more than half an inch thick and providing you have your own teeth (That's important) when the pressure gets too much you bite down until you pass out and when you wake up, providing your eyes are still connected to your brain and looking upwards you will see the rest of you splattered all over the ceiling like a giant popped pimple. So don't get fat down your pipes ok? >:)
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+4 3. mwak commented 5 years ago

I never had so much fat in my plates, what are they cooking ?
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+5 4. cameramaster commented 5 years ago

I had a guy out from the council a few weeks ago....after the loo started to 'back up', I knew exactly what it was right away...I had the same problem about two years ago. Sure enough the guy came out...I explained was was going on...and told him where the problem would be. So of course he did exactly what you thought he would do...ignore what I said and start looking for the problem anywhere but where I said it would be.

Half an hour later he gave in...and removed the cover for the sewers...now I'm standing at LEAST 12 feet away...and the stench slapped me round the face and made me gag...and what's there? ( don't you DARE SAY IT Jake !! ) a fat-berg....and it went back along the sewer for about 30 feet! Took him and two other guys nearly three hours to clear it.
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0 5. ComentAtor commented 5 years ago

We have two types of pipes in our apartments
Kitchen pipes which are 5cm in diameter and toilet ones which are 11cm

We dump our shit in the toilet and dont have a problem

Maybe down the river ..but thats not our problem
And as for my pipes
I got 10kg every time my wife got pregnant and lost 5 afterwards so @95kg i guess a few fettburger are floating around waiting to end me

But i cant live forever