Me: I'd like to just keep the pantry cabinets instead of buying new.Later on, when the painter is here, and he's started spraying the trim around the cabinets (the doors are already off) this is what happens.
Him 1: Sure. We can paint them.
Me: Sounds good. How do they do it? Take the doors off?
Him 1: Yes, and they'll probably spray to get into the nooks of the doors, so maybe it would be easier, then, to just paint the inside of the cabinets, too.
Me: Okay, whatever.
Him 2: Did you ask Chris about that?I get phone call.
Painter: Uh, no.
Him 2: I don't know if she wants that or not.
Me: Hello?I go over to the painter.
Him 1: I don't think we'll be able to paint the inside of the cabinets. It looks like they'll be too sticky.
Me: That's fine. Wasn't that the first plan?
Him 1: Yes.
Me: I'm good with it.
Me: That's fine if you can't paint the inside. That was what I had first planned to do.Are you confused? I am, to be sure. I can't quite figure out why Him 2 stopped the painter, since he was following orders from Him 1, and I'm guessing that the painter spoke to Him 1, but I didn't get to hear the phone call. So why are we back to what I thought in the first place? No clue. As long as it looks nice, I'll take it.
Painter: I started on one. I'll try to clean off as much as I can.
Me: Don't worry about it too much. It's the inside of the pantry. If I really need to, I'll put some contact paper at the back so you can't notice it.