I tried I failed, it was springy I tried to bend it straight, it slipped, it
flew at my knee, it hit my knee, it cut my knee through my jeans,
it bruised my knee, it hurts, I'm limping.
So I went out and bought one for $12.98 at Tractor Supply, shoulda done that
I don't remember being this dumb when I was younger, but then again I knew
everything when I was younger.
and yes I was sober.......
Yes I thought it was funny too.
I have two yes TWO Sony Hi 8 camcorders and neither was turned on!!!
I blew it, yet again, another chance to win 10 thousand dollars on Americas
It really was funny, well accept the part where I thought I split my knee
The side of my knee is a bit purple this morning, Kathy was hounding me to
take a look at it, she looked at it and mumbled something about "dumbass".
Maybe I'll take out the chainsaws today?
Start with a vehicle, and then move to hand tools? That's backwards. No,
you need something bigger than a lawn tractor. Isn't there something around
the property, that requires the attention of a large dozer? =)
roftl, thats nothing. Try being young and dumb enough to think you could
very simply replace 2 sheets of fibrolite in your garage roof. A job that
should've taken no more than 2 hours with smokos along the way. Snort. 5
hours in total, the bastard things finally got cursed in to place. New
descriptions and words were invented. Lifting spiral roofing nails out with
pinch bar and hammer, peeling off/smashing fibrolite, trying to push new
lengths of fibrolite under the bastard flashing running the length of the
garage apex, finding some bastard had used bastard short lugs to bastard
tack the bastard roofing iron into place before bastard nailing down with
bastard spiral roofing nails, removing bastard short lugs, giving up trying
to pull bastard spiral nails from flashing and cutting the bastard instead,
peeling back, putting fibrolite in place, pushing bastard flashing back
down, nailing, caulking and painting. Give me a bent blade anyday.
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