- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sheetrock.
“Dear hubby who is a talent framed, insulated, sheetrocked, ect ect ect.”
“The original theater was sheetrocked and the ceiling dropped down.”
“Although he may be putting primer on my newly sheetrocked office, I'm guessing that he and Jess are working on things "around the house" today like tractor tire fixes, vehicle tweaks, and more.”
“Cheapest apartments in these shitty made thin concrete slab, aluminum studs, and sheetrocked walled tacky pieces of crap (architectually speaking) are the lower floors where they offer first-come-first-served Cherokee Strip-style bargaining for as little as $600 a month for junior studios (which means you'd have more room moving into a refrigerator case in the garbage behind Macy's), the rest of the rents rise as the floors go up higher.”
“I just want to make sure that I suddenly do not find them doing so next to the house I just put new siding on, hardwood floor into, sheetrocked the basement etc etc.”
“The walls in our new home have now been sheetrocked/drywalled/whatever you wanna call it.”
“And that's too coo ', because when the walls are sheetrocked, that means we're exactly eight weeks away from moving in.”
“In this environment, quality is plywood nailed on six-inch centers instead of twelve, or a sheetrocked wall that is true within one-eighth of an inch.”
“I double sheetrocked the Theater room using RZ Channel and will be putting in a drop ceiling in the A/V Room.”
“Kitchens I sheetrocked over popcorn cielings and everything was fastened tightley.”
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