Sandman, sandbars, and quicksand

Two tubes of Quikrete Concrete Repair (Reparador Acrylico de Concreto) fought a heavy battle against me Sunday afternoon.  Today it's clear they won. The gray goop has not hardened in the patches after twenty four hours. The blops resemble either melted ice cream or old gum under the table. The blops are obstinate and recalcitrant*. They are both nonsandable and unremovable. Perhaps they are unsandable and irremovable. It's obvious they decline to put the fun in dysfunction. You would not want to wear spike heels in their vicinity.

More cooperative by far, the Quikrete Gray Concrete Crack Seal is making a nice map of rivers, tributaries, sandbars, and oxbows on the dining area floor. So tempted as I drift off to sleep to add Quikrete center pivot irrigation circles and airport runways to be discovered by future archaeologists.

Tut, Tut.

© 2013 Nancy L. Ruder


Kathleen said...

Ew. Is it possible I stepped in some recalcitrant goop on the sidewalk the other day...?

Collagemama said...

Recalcitrant goop is bad stuff frequently found on the sidewalk. It is better than stepping in the obstinate poop of discarded Pampers in Target parking lots though.