Bruno Bouchet ranks Aussie tradies from finest to worst from nerdy electricians to ‘rip off’ plumbers
A controversial father revealed what your job says about your personality.
Sydney’s Bruno Bouchet ranked 18 types of business from best to worst, with bricklayers and painters topping the list while plumbers languishing at the bottom of the scale to rip off customers.
‘The 100 percent accurate Tradie Power ranking. Don’t bother to comment, this is not up for discussion, ”the self-proclaimed“ list king ”wrote on Instagram, adding that his plasterer friend helped him put together his amusing list.
Bruno Bouchet (pictured) from Sydney revealed what your job says about your personality
The radio personality ranked 18 types of trades from best to worst, with bricklayers and painters topping the list while plumbers languishing at the bottom of the scale to rip off clients
Who is your favorite business
- Brick layer 0 votes
- painter 1 votes
- Carpenter 2 votes
- More concrete 1 votes
- Tiler 0 votes
- Carpet layer 0 votes
- mechanic 0 votes
- Workers 0 votes
- Landscaper 0 votes
- handyman 0 votes
- builder 0 votes
- plumber 0 votes
- electrician 0 votes
Bricklayers and painters awarded the coveted top spot in the “God” category, along with renderers, craftsmen who apply a layer of plaster or cement to a wall.
With the “toughest job on any construction site”, Bruno said in his ironic contribution that he had great “respect” for bricklayers because they “spend their entire wages on pokies and drugs”.
He explained that painters are “always larger than life migrants” whom you “immediately refer to as brothers”.
Bruno believed that all renderers drink at work, but their work is the most noticeable and they are valued by every other business.
Concrete workers and carpenters were represented in the second best “Royalty Tier”, alongside earthworkers and boiler makers.
Bruno said he believes that concretes can “effortlessly” carry out “groundbreaking” jobs with a “lit cigarette” in hand, while carpenters are the “most skillful of all trades” who “invented the wolf whistle”.
He described earthworkers [tradies who carry out excavation or construction of earth embankments] as “solid guys” but “incredibly perverted”.
The radio personality said Kesselbauer [tradespeople who cut, shape, assemble and weld steel to construct and repair metal work] are “silent service providers”.
“I’ve never met a boiler maker who was ad *** head,” he said.
ADAM SANDLER ANIMAL
At the center of his ranking list, Bruno placed tilers, plasterers, carpet layers and mechanics in the “Adam Sandler level” or what he calls the middle ground for “take it or leave it”.
He described tilers as “man-babies” who can never endure the “slightest criticism”, while carpet layers “work the fastest” but “also smell the worst”.
Bruno said plasterers [tradies who apply plaster to walls, ceilings, or other structures] have the “lowest IQ of all trades”.
“For some reason they bring their own microwave,” he joked.
While mechanics “never” have something “interesting or relevant” that customers can read while waiting in the waiting room for their cars.
In his ironic post, Bruno said he thinks plumbers do it all day long as if they are elbows deep, but the reality is they mostly tear down elderly people to fix a leaky faucet ‘
Do you agree with Bruno’s ranking of trades?
The “pleb”, also known as the second lowest tier, consisted of roofers, laborers, landscapers, and craftsmen.
Bruno said he believed roofers [tradies who construct or repairs roofs] are ‘all dead s *** s’ that Triple J hears [government-funded radio station] and they do a job ‘50 percent of the time ”.
Father said of all business dealings workers [tradies who do a lot of hard physical work in factories and on building sites] are the ones that will destroy your toilet the worst.
He referred to landscapers as “glorified gardeners” who “always misquot jobs and blinds you” while clients can never rely on a handyman because they “always have to call someone to fix what they destroyed”.
CAT OF ANIMAL
Builders, plumbers and electricians stood at the bottom of the barrel in the “cat puke” step.
Bruno claimed that builders are “all glorified project managers” while electricians are “employees” who never get dirty.
“Your tools look like you literally bought them this morning. Plus they’re all nerds who struggle to have a conversation, ”he said.
While he accused plumbers of making it seem like they were Elbow deep in s *** all day, but the reality is they mostly rip the elderly down to fix a leaky faucet.