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Top Four Tools You Should Own - Sorted By Gender

Posted by Makaru , Jan 01 2013 · 697 views

Top four tools every guy should own:
 
#1 - Claw Hammer
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#2 - Multidriver (Cordless preferred)
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#3 - Driver Heads
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#4 - Shop Knife
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Top four tools every girl should own:
 
#1 - Claw Hammer
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#2 - Multidriver (Cordless preferred)
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#3 - Driver Heads
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#4 - Shop Knife
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~ Makaru

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Well I've got #1 and #4 down.
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I don't see my gender, what do?

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Queen of Noise
Jan 01 2013 11:21 PM

1. You're perfect

2. You're really perfect

3. I love you

4. I recommend a tape measure and a precision screwdriver set, as well

5. Is a "shop knife" like that what you wanted when you asked me for an "X-Acto knife" in February and were aghast at the pen-knife I handed you?  Because we call what you've pictured here a "boxcutter," and I have two, so I think there was a dialect barrier between us. :(

6. I miss you a lot

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1-3 whatever

4 - I too think they are important, but you can usually get by without.

5 - X-Acto is a brand name of a pen knife. You were right to give it to me. The above knife is multi-purpose, and box-cutter is a very popular one. It's also used a lot for Sheetrock. me getting angry was my equivalent of the NORMAL DAD SCENARIO (or so I've been told) of you "not holding the light still".

6 - whatever.

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What, no Leatherman?

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Hahli Husky
Jan 01 2013 11:51 PM

Check, check, check, and check. :D I just recently got a cordless drill and those things are hard to live without, especially for a whole year.

 

Also you're pretty fudging awesome.

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What, no Leatherman?

A Leatherman is a fun, mobile thing when you're outdoors. But it's rendered obsolete by pretty much the above better items, less the other items that also have better options available.

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Or go old school and use a screwdriver?  :P

 

:music:

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My dad and my sister both pass this test with flying colors.

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Engineer Alexandra Humva
Jan 02 2013 01:14 PM

Good to know I pass the test.

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I like your style.

 

(Happy to say I have all four, and then some.)

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Scott Sterling
Jan 03 2013 01:34 AM

This list is very, very true. Just two things I would add. 1: Flat head screwdriver. Very, very good lever, and much less likely to damage something than a hammer. 2: Needle nose pliers. Nuff said.

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You forgot this one.

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Want. 

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