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post #21 of 31 (permalink) Old 12-01-2008, 08:32 PM
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Well, we started by castrating the house. Wifie and Susan, for some odd reason volunteered to use the sawzall for that part.

I, on the other hand spent a couple of hours showing Veronica how to work the pipes to get them loose.

I'm not sure exactly what you would call it but it worked.
Come on Bear, your running out of other hands.
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That settles it; I'm definitely camping out at your place instead of getting a hotel when I come to visit.
Works for me.

They are helping in exchange for the op to work on new skills and learn to do all the things that will help them start their own biz in a year or so. They are getting tired of managing a restaurant and bar.

Also, I take Susan to LPGA events and stuff.

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^ I'll assume it's not via free mustache rides, since CLK Man recently secured the universal patent and trademark on that little goodie.
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Works for me.

They are helping in exchange for the op to work on new skills and learn to do all the things that will help them start their own biz in a year or so. They are getting tired of managing a restaurant and bar.

Also, I take Susan to LPGA events and stuff.
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Oh yeah and my grandma's 'spotted dick' was easily strong enough to utilise in the construction of a concrete floor, but not surprisingly her faggots were not up to the job.

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^ I'll assume it's not via free mustache rides, since CLK Man recently secured the universal patent and trademark on that little goodie.
Naw, we hang with them just as we do any other couple. Just that one little difference.

This is easier than the last person I totted around for qualifying. Last time I had four carbon fiber and aluminum bikes on the roof of the car for long distance rides [up to 260 miles in 24 hours]. With Susan I just watch and shoot pictures.

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What other kinds of tools do they use in metalworking? Asshole clamps? Motherfucking pliers? Cocksucking grinders?
You do have a pair of dykes for the tool box, right?


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Technically those are special types of a larger group, "petcocks". Not that any of us would know anything about that...

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You do have a pair of dykes for the tool box, right?


Blue dykes are the best kind, yes. They nicely compliment by ass-rimming soldering iron.
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As a kid my dad would get irritated when I insisted on calling it a rat-bastard file....
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