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Meanwhile on Dennis’ workbench


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4 minutes ago, Longjohn said:

That doesn’t look like a pedal wrench.

Exactly my thought!  That one is more for working in the car part of the garage.  A pedal wrench with a hammer head would be nice for the bike repair part of the garage.

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When my wife and I were first dating she thought I was getting too serious and dumped me. The day we got back together she was visiting her best friend who also was a friend of mine and lived in the apartment next to mine. Her friend was trying to hang curtains but didn’t have a hammer to put up the curtain rods. She sent Esther over to my apartment to borrow a hammer. I told her I was a mechanic not a carpenter and I didn’t have a hammer either. I gave her a big wrench and told her that’s what I use when I need a hammer. We got back together that day and stayed together for 45 years.

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9 minutes ago, Longjohn said:

When my wife and I were first dating she thought I was getting too serious and dumped me. The day we got back together she was visiting her best friend who also was a friend of mine and lived in the apartment next to mine. Her friend was trying to hang curtains but didn’t have a hammer to put up the curtain rods. She sent Esther over to my apartment to borrow a hammer. I told her I was a mechanic not a carpenter and I didn’t have a hammer either. I gave her a big wrench and told her that’s what I use when I need a hammer. We got back together that day and stayed together for 45 years.

that's the most interesting "how'd you hook up" story ever

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21 hours ago, Razors Edge said:

FTR, @denniS has no room for a workbench.  You either meant "workbed" or "workkitchentable".

Any body from FOO remember the guy from Puerto Rico I believe, that rebuilt his car transmission on his kitchen table?  

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