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    How do you tell someone

    what you think of the new kitchen they are so proud of?

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    My granddad always said, :As one door closes, another opens".
    Wonderful man, terrible cabinet maker...

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    I would say "Isn't that something!"

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    Good execution (great job!) leaving unsaid that the design sux.

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    Ayyy man, dat is charp. Eeet matches dee interior of my chort wit da twice-pipes.
    Take me to the hotel - Baggage gone, oh well . . .

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    "You must be proud"

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    I did not do a google image search, but I ASSUME that is an old image of a kitchen located somewhere far from NE Ohio, and the guy sho built is dead by now. So, to answer your question: You don’t, because they can’t hear you.

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    I wouldn’t say anything, the whole time thinking, money doesn’t buy good taste.

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    Amazing! Do the doors come off to make a bed?

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    As a female comedian whose name I don't recall once said: "If that's what you were going for, you got a good one"
    --Certainty is the refuge of a small mind--

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    Yikes! Maybe it belonged to the owner ov an upholstery business.

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    I'd just say something like "Wow, that's one of a kind. You must be proud of the effort it took to create."

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    "It must take a lot of Armor-All to keep it that shiny..."
    Yoga class makes me feel like a total stud, mostly because I'm about as flexible as a 2x4.
    "Design"? Possibly. "Intelligent"? Sure doesn't look like it from this angle.
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    Even my wife was at a loss for words when she saw that.

    Can't imagine the oven was turned on even once after the makeover as I don't see any melted material.
    Brian

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    Very carefully.

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    Those urns are the remains of the 3 people who said what they really thought.

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