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Thread: Men Can Fix Anything

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    Power Poster Jingle's Avatar
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    As the pictures show, not every man can fix things.
    Pictures were funny, I just am glad my Husband can fix things the right, acceptable, safe way.

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    Would never ever have thought of using a grocery cart for a grill.

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    The metal in the cart is not for heating or grilling. It can make you very sick. The same with using racks from fridges or freezers. Galvanized metal fumes are very toxic.

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    mine can fix anything with duct tape I am proud to be the better handyman in my house

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    Good grief, looks like the work that gets done here. ugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lv2sew2011
    Oh My some of these are really scarey! LOL
    Especially the pool one! OMG (I know it's been said before, but O*M*G!!!!!)

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    What did they use before grey tape came along?

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    Remember baling wire? Used for everything on the farm. No more baling wire, now it is baling twine. Not as good, but very useful for many things.

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    ROFL... those are too funny...
    the one with the swimming pool could be a shocker :D

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    Swimming pool picture is my favourite!

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