Dry Garden Faucet


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5 thoughts on “Dry Garden Faucet”

  1. Hola Omar,
    Here is another one of those English tangle of terms subjects. This item according to Wiki:

    Interior water taps are commonly found in the bathroom and kitchen. Exterior spigot (also known as a “shut-off valve”, “hose hydrant”, “hose bib”, or “silcock”) A tap (also spigot or faucet: see usage variations) is a valve controlling the release of a liquid or gas.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tap_%28valve%29

    No wonder plumbers get paid so much; having to remember all those names gets expensive.

    1. Morning Jim:

      That’s exactly what I mean, Jim. Why not make the language plain and simple to use? As you said, you have to be a rocket scientist to rememer all these obscure terms just to work with a simple plumbing device which I called faucet. Now I don’t know how to call it.

      How would you call this device in Texas?

      I loved your comment that depicts the craziness of the language which I vent and ramp about now and then.

      Enjoy this beautiful day. It’s really nice outside. The sky is a soft orange towards the East at 07:04 a.m.

      Cheers,

      Omar.-

      1. I just call it a faucet, same as you, Omar, but then I’m not a plumber. 🙂

        I have also always called a rake a rake…until I stepped on one in the dark!

        We have been having some great weather as well; not summer, not winter.

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