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Oh my goodness! Those are funny. My dad has always said that all a man ever needs in his tool box is a roll of duct tape. I see others live by that mantra as well.

Thanks for the laughs.

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haha. I Just got this email sent to me by my grandpa. Its funny how stuff floats around on the internet.

Some of those are sooo bad. But ones like the pop bottle is kinda understandable. My grandpa for sure would do that!

The rake is a kinda funny, but good idea I guess.

That car and little pull cart one is just plain sad!


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The shopping cart grill thing used to be a real problem back when my dad worked for a local supermarket chain. One of their stores was right next to a government housing complex and they would lose tons of carts that way. They tried sending an empoyee out to collect them up and he got the crap beat out of him, until they figured out that if they sent someone early Sunday morning the people who had actually stolen the carts would be passed out and wouldn't notice you were taking their grills back.


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Hah, some of those were actually pretty clever!

...some of them... :P


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LOL, it looks like some people have no qualms about stealing shopping carts.


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Actually the shopping cart bicycle is a really good idea for going grocery shopping with you bicycle.

Grocery shopping on a bike is one of the hardest things to do as a bicycle rider.

Still a tow is probably a better solution.

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Lol at these.

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If you liked the Men Can Fix Anything thread, you might like this too (or not)...

What Animals Do When You're Not Home


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LOL great. But a power socket in the swimming pool or shower that's really crazy.


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A roll of duct tape, a tube of super glue, a C clamp, couple 2x4 lumbers and you are all set to fix anything! laugh

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LoL some of it are being lazy, men are just lazy to fix those damage.

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I'm proud of my gender (except for the swimming pool and shower ones)

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That shopping cart bycicle is just epic. I mean that isn't even a shoddy idea, it's just brilliant. I would trade my bike for that one, any day. But that swimming pool... Those tablets you throw into them to keep the pool clean make the water a pretty good conductor. On the other hand , you are throwing in an entire socket, so the ground is actually in the socket as well, so perhaps it will only shortcircuit the socket itself.

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laugh they ar good photos!


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Oh these made me laugh so hard I cried. They remind me of all my ex-husband's attempts to fix things. HOWL !


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How do you know that these were perpetrated by men?
I might start a thread called 'women can cook anything' with loads of pictures of pathetic culinary attempts.

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Oh my - that refrigerator looks almost familiar. My mother's husband repaired one in much the same way. He also upgraded the repairs by adding wood shelves to the interior.

After noticing the reconstruction on my last visit I bought her a new fridge. laugh


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Even more pictures of "men can fix anything"

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Oh, so much talent smile


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>How do you know that these were perpetrated by men? I might start a thread called 'women can cook anything' with loads of pictures of pathetic culinary attempts.


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I fix things the same way. My cushion on the bedroom chair is worn out. The foam is all flat. I just put 3 blankets on it to cushion it more.

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Haha, fantastic! Especially the guys with the BBQ in the pool!

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Hahaha that's really interesting and prove that men can do anything. so funny pictures.

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Nobody noticed that the battery is about to blow up like a bomb?
Just allow those two terminals to short.


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omg just seen the BBQ in the pool with 240 or 110 volt lead going to it. What was he thinking.....it's a death trap


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Must have all been piano players..........just too busy practicing to be bothered with the mundane things like proper maintenance


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