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  • Tlutz
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    Amen!

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  • T-Mill
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    My g/f could've written this... and no Kristen she doesn't understand it, but she respects it lol

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  • kristen
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    amen brother....but in my case...i have to replace all the "men" for "kristen"

    not many women understand this

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  • nimrod.sixty9
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    Hell yes! #10 RATM!

    You need to invite me over :D

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  • landj
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    The flat surface rule! I am most religious about that, seems I spend more time searching for that wrench that I put in the place I would never forget until 5 minutes later when I need it.

    Awesome

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  • dmw319
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    classic.

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  • BallerMaro13
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    Sticky this thread!

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  • Pewter02Camaro
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    F'in Priceless! :bowdown::bowdown::bowdown:

    I almost get the feeling that my wife has read these before, LOL.

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  • marvelrunner
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    hallelujah brother, especially #4 there is no such thing as to many rags and #22 is so true.

    lol, these are great

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  • Everglades W68
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    25 commandments of the garage

    (With thanks to MTMike who posted it originally)

    1.The garage shall be forever kept as the sacred realm of the Man. No lacy curtains nor gingham privacy panels shall be allowed on the windows of the sacred garage.

    2.The garage shall not be cleaned, except in cases of extreme need, such as when a pair of holy Vise-Grip locking pliers hath gone missing.

    3.Sawdust, grease, and oil are the holy sacraments of the garage, and thus must never be disposed of in haste or with malice.

    4.Honor thy rags.

    5.Complaineth not when the Man's Friends cometh over to work on a four-wheel-drive vehicle on a Thursday night until 2:00 a.m. Be thee grateful that the Man and his Friends are not attending stimulating performances of voluptuous harlots at Shotgun Willies on this evening.

    6.Thou shalt not remove the beer bottles from the front yard before work in the garage hath yet been completed. Yea, the front yard must be considered an extension of the garage when the garage door remaineth in an upright and horizontal position.

    7.Honor the Man and his Friends at all times, even when one of these Friends dropeth a heavy steel truck wheel in the driveway at 12:30 a.m., awakening thyself and wrathful neighbors who calleth to complain.

    8.Storeth not antique doll houses in the garage.

    9.Thou shalt not ask the Man to bring in the groceries when you see that his hands are greasy, or that he is underneath a car working on the evil U-joint.

    10.Adjust not the volume of music that playeth in the garage. Impose not your questionable music tastes on those who savor the druidic chant of Rage Against The Machine at 11 p.m.

    11.Borroweth not the hammer of the Man which hangeth in position on the blessed pegboard. If thou breakest this commandment, at least have the courtesy to place the hammer back in correct position on the blessed pegboard. No, putting it on the workbench isn't good enough---how wouldst the man know to looketh there?

    12.Tools of the garage shouldst remain in the garage at all times, excepting when the Man shall use them for home repair, in which case the sacred tools must remain wherever the Man leaves them, verily including even the kitchen counter and the upstairs hallway.

    13.Leaveth not the tools of the Man on the back porch, lest they become rusty from rain.

    14.Loaneth not the tools of the Man to your fishy work friends who hath not earned tools of their own.

    15.Pulleth not your car into the garage whilst a repair doth transpire in the other bay. The space is needed for many great deliberations and ritual beer drinking. Considereth any snow removal that may be required from your vehicle the next morning as a small penance to pay in comparison to the bloody knuckles, hangover, and bodily suffering borne by the Man.

    16.Closeth the trash can at all time, lest the stinking odor of cat poop foul the air.

    17.Covet not the eleven Phillips head screwdrivers on the Man's pegboard, and cast not thy insults on the Man's need for additional screwdrivers in the future. Each screwdriver serves a unique, substitution-impossible purpose.

    18.Thou shalt not remove the multitude of straightened, oddly-formed, spray-paint-encrusted coat hangers dangling from the garage ceiling. Resist the temptation to dispose of these humble tools, and your rewards shall include a freshly painted iron planter---as soon as the Man finishes working on his bike, car or four-wheel-drive vehicle, of course.

    19.Maintaineth a minimum of six yo-yo's (retracting tape rulers), or findeth not one when needed.

    20.A man's worth shall be measured by the number of cans of partially used spray paint on his shelves. However, the Man will never have the right color for the job at hand.

    21.Obey the Flat Surface Rule. Always put down the tool you are using on the nearest flat surface. Then look for it elsewhere---stopeth for a beer when discouraged.

    22.Respect the large piece of cardboard against the garage wall. The Man useth it to lay on when he is under the car. Touch it not, lest lightning strike thee dead.

    23.I sayeth to you: No sweeter sound ever shall be heard than thy own air impact wrench in thy own garage.

    24.Thou shalt love the smell of grease as thou loveth thyself.

    25.Take not the name of GOJO Creme Formula hand cleaner in vain, especially in the fruity lemon scent.

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