Best of There, I Fixed It


  • xdvx
  • May 19, 2010, 2:27 am
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    You know you're a badass when you can fix your car with common household items. +3

    • Snoopy
    • May 19, 2010, 5:48 am
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  • 2

    LMAO for the clock one. I'm gonna do that at work.

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  • 1

    life is full of funny fails...

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    It'll work.

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    that guitar looks awesome. great post. +3

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  • 1

    im surprised that no one used duct tape to make a car door

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  • 1

    This is taught in Living in the Ghetto 101. :p

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    67269 Epic fail guy ruin

    • BEASTY
    • August 23, 2010, 12:54 pm
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    im like this all the time.
    i have a small whiteboard above my computer, which is held up by blu tack. It occasionally falls down, and so i went to rest it on my speaker. of course, the speaker wasnt high enough, so i put the speaker on top of an old sweet tin, and now my messy desktop is in perfect harmony.

    if it wasnt for "there, i fixed it" then my old computer probably would have broke by now. The fan broke on it, so i was using the entire computer with no Cooling what so ever. So, what did i do? Took the side off and positioned a desk fan toward the motherboard. Kept working like a charm :D

    My phone (which as you know, is indestructible) has a small piece of plastic at the bottom of the battery. All it does is gives it about 2mm (1/16 inch) of height. The glue had got a bit loose and the plastic fell off and i lost it. So then what? The battery isnt quite tall enough to connect to the terminals. So, how do i fix it? Blue tack rolled up thin and stuck to the bottom to give it extra height. Now the battery connects fine :D

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    this is why being lazy is epic

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