This is a bit of a follow of from the **** day I had yesterday as it got me thinking. Customers trying trying to get you to do stuff that'll put you in danger. It's usually women. Yesterday I had a woman trying to get me to lean my ladder on a gutter, and squeeze myself and my tools between a wall and a canopy. When I told her I wasn't going to risk breaking the gutter, or worse risk my life blindly stepping down off the roof on to the ladder, her response was "well my husband did it". Pisses me right off. Taking a chance once in a while on your own house is wildly different to taking a risk for a few quid day in day out. Chances are your luck will run out. Pressure washing job today... woman wanted me to pick up and move a huge cast iron plant pot filled with wet soil. I told her I value my back more than the job, and her response was "well I used to move it myself" ... I felt like screaming 'bollockz!'. Needless to say, I cleaned around it. It's as is these arseholes think they can shame you into doing stuff that clearly runs the risk of injuring you. I reckon they think that they are immune from legal action because they don't employ you. Happens all the time. Just having a rant. Anyone else get the same?