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Thread: Men Can Fix Anything

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    Can't they?
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    Cute!

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    scarey, huh?
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    what are they thinking?
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    Too funny.

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    Well...... almost anything! Just wonder how fast these guys were going!

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    i think one of them is our contractor
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    at least it's secure, right?
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    Oh My some of these are really scarey! LOL

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    OMG, did i say O. M. G.

    The pool, oh my gosh !!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kraftykimberly
    OMG, did i say O. M. G.

    The pool, oh my gosh !!!!!!!!!
    My reaction exactly! :shock:

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    The worse was the shower. It was disgusting. Not the fix but the general state of it. I wouldn't have gotten inside that shower if the fixtures worked and were made of gold.

    Love the lego fix!!! Those things will probably be around long after brick has turned to dust.

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    Good ol' duct tape. It's like The Force. It has a light side and a dark side and holds the universe together.

    Would also not venture into that pool...or under that truck. Yikes!!!

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    To funny,,,except the shower one, its gross!

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    Rofl

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    I actually liked the plastic sprinkler made out of the soda bottle. I think I will skip on the cocktail pool party. Yikes!!!!!

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    It amazes me how many people do live like that.

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    I hate to admit it...but my old freezer that was in the basement had Duct tape holding the bar on for the door shelf. That freezer was 20years old when it left here.

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    Never ever forget: Nothing is more permanent then a temporary fix.

    Our shower head was leaking so I bought a new one and DH said he would install it. He used a metal pipe fitting between the wall and the shower head. It was bare metal and looked awful. He said it was the only fitting he had that worked. It was taken out that day. I knew if I agreed to that until he bought the one that was chrome and looked nice it would be there for ages. If something is not fixed right then I don't want it fixed at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DogHouseMom
    The worse was the shower. It was disgusting. Not the fix but the general state of it. I wouldn't have gotten inside that shower if the fixtures worked and were made of gold.

    Love the lego fix!!! Those things will probably be around long after brick has turned to dust.
    we actually stopped at a motel that had a shower like that, but minus the vise-grips. They did offer to let me borrow a vise grip to turn it on. I declined and requested and got my money back.

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    the duct taped plastic jug for a mailbox rang a bell with me.
    One winter when we had more than enough snow, we couldn't get our mailbox dug out. So in the bank of snow, I did manage to dig out a spot to sit a 5 gallon plastic bug with a USA flag taped to it, and "MAILBOX" written on the bucket. We did get our mail and paper in it.

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    My Dh can fix anything if you give him some caulking and duck tape.These pics look like some of his handy work

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    LOL LOL the shopping cart connected to the bike, that could be alot us if the gas prices keep going up !

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