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Old 09-03-12, 02:16 PM   #1
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Guys can fix anything

But are you sure you want it fixed?

Seems like there are a lot of 'fix it' type people here who might enjoy these as much as I do. I'm going to put the images in a post right below this one to help with the forum formatting. For those of us who see ads, images and videos are squished in a narrow column to the left in the first post of a topic. (I'm not complaining, just helping out )

Anyway, some of these could help a person get a revoked man card back.
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Old 09-03-12, 02:17 PM   #2
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New TV too big for the old cabinet? (Think outside the box )


Can't read the ATM in the sunlight?


Bookshelf cracking under the weight?


Exhaust pipe dragging?


Seat belt won't latch?


Accidentally import a car from the wrong country?


Stove blew a fuse?


Cord ends fall behind the desk? This one seems good. I'm suspicious that it was not even done by a guy.


And I'll add one of my own to the collection. Plastic mount broke, and the simple repair has outlived it by several times without a single problem.



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Old 09-03-12, 02:22 PM   #3
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I like the binder clip cord retention system, too.
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Old 09-03-12, 02:38 PM   #4
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And I'll add one of my own to the collection. Plastic mount broke, and the simple repair has outlived it by several times without a single problem.


I have done this... works like a charm.
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Including themselves.
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Including themselves.
That one was enthusiastic. He must have wanted to add to his portfolio.
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New TV too big for the old cabinet? (Think outside the box )
I'll venture that he was either single or about to be divorced. Any woman would realize the necessity of emergency redecoration and negotiate that he gets to have a bigger TV (than that new one), and she gets to get rid of that atrocity in wood.
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Where's the duct tape?
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Including themselves.
Can you sue yourself for malpractice?
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OK, I just had to check the boys just now. You can do this on yourself if you are sitting up and reaching down. You cannot do it on yourself while lying on your back. Unless perhaps somebody held a mirror.
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Some of these leave me speechless

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