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  • megastar 24 Feb 2012 09:15:20 17,104 posts
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    I fixed our boiler!!
  • Mr-Brett 24 Feb 2012 10:05:49 12,681 posts
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    speedofthepuma wrote:
    JBlokeUK wrote:
    Trying to kill a big fuckoff hairy spider that is jumping towards you, and you not screaming, is incredibly manly.
    I suspect you are talking about a genuinely massive spider, and I salute you.

    I hate them and smashed my son's rubber one with an axe the other day because I thought it was real.
    I was going to suggest that it would be comically huge compared to normal spiders but then I remember where you are...

    Also, bonus points for using an axe.

    Edited by Mr-Brett at 10:06:22 24-02-2012

    Portable view - Never forget.

  • Spin_Dr_Wolf 24 Feb 2012 10:39:56 6,170 posts
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    Is it a place called giant deadly venomous hairy human hating spider island ?
  • Mr-Brett 24 Feb 2012 11:36:59 12,681 posts
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    Yes, but it's sometimes goes by another name.

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  • speedofthepuma 24 Feb 2012 11:40:26 13,246 posts
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    Where the spiders eat the snakes

    I've turned off all the avatars and crap, so don't expect me to be impressed by yours.

  • skuzzbag 24 Feb 2012 11:52:05 5,487 posts
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    BeardofZeus wrote:
    skuzzbag wrote:
    BeardofZeus wrote:
    Oh, and this is sort of manly, I was almost moved to tears reading about war correspondent Marie Colvin. What an amazing woman. RIP.
    Did she score any goals for England?

    NO.

    Congratulations, you are now officially sensitive.
    You consider the England team manly?

    You disappoint me son. Observe how I look down on you from the Manly Horse.
    That wasn't my point but never mind. An over sensitive mind like yours is bound to get confused what with all the emotional turmoil it has going on.
  • Kosmoz 24 Feb 2012 11:55:50 7,512 posts
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    The most manly thing to do is of course play rugby for Manly Sea Eagles.

    Every girl I ever kissed I was thinking of a pro footballer.

  • Woody_Guthrie 24 Feb 2012 13:00:50 10 posts
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    Upon finding a bottle of wine at 4am and not having a bottle opener on hand, smashing said bottle, downing the drink in one and not really being that bothered as you remove shards of glass from your mouth.

    Lifting something thats heavier than you are. Just because you can.

    Tack Welding with no shield.
  • Khanivor 24 Feb 2012 15:20:53 39,907 posts
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    I took off the windscreen wipers on my car. Sanded them down with a high grit paper to rub out the growing rust I'd been looking at since I bought the car. Then layered spray paint on it. Then lost one of the nuts to secure them in the distance from the dining room table and the driver's seat, (about 30'). Have been driving around with one wiper for about a week now. Feels properly manly.
  • Altmayer 24 Feb 2012 15:47:19 153 posts
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    Dirtbox wrote:
    Getting piss shiver in an uncharacteristically crowded office gents and violently going with it.
    piss shiver? anyone?

    looked up urban dictionary, got it.

    /look of mind blank and confusion dissapears

    Edited by Altmayer at 16:06:09 24-02-2012
  • Razz 24 Feb 2012 15:51:09 60,032 posts
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    :D

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  • El_MUERkO 24 Feb 2012 15:54:04 16,839 posts
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    Forget .... ... .. stuff
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    A man does not wash is hands after taking a piss.
  • Khanivor 24 Feb 2012 18:40:42 39,907 posts
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    Well, based on a thread form a few years back that means EG has(d) a lot of unmanly men.
  • Popzeus 2 Apr 2012 15:46:05 8,250 posts
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    Anyone care to guess how many lawnmowers I broke in one day this weekend?

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  • X201 2 Apr 2012 15:50:19 14,710 posts
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    Popzeus wrote:
    Anyone care to guess how many lawnmowers I broke in one day this weekend?
    Are we talking effeminate mowers


    or manly mowers?

  • Popzeus 2 Apr 2012 15:56:31 8,250 posts
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    THREE!

    Two manly (petrol) mowers and one effeminate (Flymo) mower.

    First mower wouldn't start up, and seemed to be low on oil. So opened what looked like the oil cap and filled it up with oil. Turns out I'd poured it into the air filter. Whoops.

    Then borrowed next door's ineffectual plug-in jobby but my lawn is too manly for such a device to handle so its blade broke.

    Went and bought a new 4-stroke self-propelling model, this seemed to work fine but had a leak in the fuel tank and pissed petrol all over the garage.

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  • smoothpete 2 Apr 2012 15:59:17 31,039 posts
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    Popzeus wrote:
    First mower wouldn't start up, and seemed to be low on oil. So opened what looked like the oil cap and filled it up with oil. Turns out I'd poured it into the air filter. Whoops.
    That made me lol. You numpty :)
  • Alastair 2 Apr 2012 15:59:35 14,978 posts
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    AnotherIdiot wrote:
    A dirty fucking hobo does not wash is hands after taking a piss.
    Fixed.

    Not as nice as I used to be

  • X201 2 Apr 2012 16:05:23 14,710 posts
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    Popzeus wrote:
    Turns out I'd poured it into the air filter. Whoops.
    That might not be as wrong as you think. I own a rotavator that requires you to put oil in the air filter.

    Edited by X201 at 16:06:37 02-04-2012
  • Alastair 2 Apr 2012 16:07:41 14,978 posts
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    Rotovators are manly. Also known as Rotary Cultivator, I think.
    My Dad used to have one that he rescued from a jumble sale and fixed. It was a beast to use as a spindly 15 y/o

    Not as nice as I used to be

  • Popzeus 2 Apr 2012 16:21:41 8,250 posts
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    smoothpete wrote:
    Popzeus wrote:
    First mower wouldn't start up, and seemed to be low on oil. So opened what looked like the oil cap and filled it up with oil. Turns out I'd poured it into the air filter. Whoops.
    That made me lol. You numpty :)
    Pah, needed a new one anyway. The replacement one we ended up with (number 4 of the weekend) is brilliant.

    Currently playing: Standing In A Car Park Simulator 2013

  • smoothpete 2 Apr 2012 16:32:11 31,039 posts
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    We didn't have a lawnmower for a few years so I used to give the lawn an occasional crewcut with some hedge trimmers

    Edited by smoothpete at 16:33:15 02-04-2012
  • Razz 2 Apr 2012 16:45:28 60,032 posts
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    :D I can just imagine you of all people walking aroung the garden with a hedge trimmer cutting the grass with a half smoked rollie in your lips lol

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  • Razz 2 Apr 2012 16:47:09 60,032 posts
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    Speaing of which, anyone know of a really good blade sharpener (general use, mostly househole scissors and kitchen knives)? I've bought a few random ones from Robert Dyas but they've turned out to be shite,

    Edited by Razz at 16:47:37 02-04-2012

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  • Popzeus 2 Apr 2012 16:51:31 8,250 posts
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    We have a Homebase own brand one that's pretty decent.

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  • askew 2 Apr 2012 16:56:29 11,472 posts
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    Kitchen Devil one wasn't too bad. (Although that's probably one you've picked up previously!)
  • Alastair 2 Apr 2012 16:58:41 14,978 posts
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    Surely a manly man would use a sharpening stone...

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  • Dirtbox 2 Apr 2012 17:16:51 76,372 posts
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    You buy new ones and put the old ones in a draw.

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  • smoothpete 2 Apr 2012 17:24:50 31,039 posts
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    Razz wrote:
    Speaing of which, anyone know of a really good blade sharpener (general use, mostly househole scissors and kitchen knives)? I've bought a few random ones from Robert Dyas but they've turned out to be shite,
    This one is pretty good

    But a word of warning. It is great for general use, but I would not recommend it if you have expensive kitchen knives. It gets them sharp but it does so by stripping off quite a bit of steel (compared to other sharpeners). I use mine for the cheap knives, and a proper sharpening stone and steel for my expensive ones.
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