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Old 07-07-2019, 09:02 PM   #41
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Whats a plumbers friend?
I think he thinks your rubber mallet looks like a plunger.
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Old 07-07-2019, 09:08 PM   #42
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I think he thinks your rubber mallet looks like a plunger.
That's what my wife said!

I was using it to hold up one end of the floor so I could get the pry bar under it a bit better.
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Old 07-07-2019, 09:15 PM   #43
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That's what my wife said!

I was using it to hold up one end of the floor so I could get the pry bar under it a bit better.
Worked like a charm , didn't it? I used mine the other day to push the sheet metal tight against the wall for the welder to tack the skins, it charred the end some, but it's not the important end. I actually used my plunger the other day trying to move the skins that were out of kilter, all it did was slide around and not move the metal at all.
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Whats a plumbers friend?
A toilet plunger. In the picture, front center, under the leading edge of the pulled-up piece of plywood.
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A toilet plunger. In the picture, front center, under the leading edge of the pulled-up piece of plywood.
Do you wear glasses, clearly it's a rubber mallet.
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I had a plumber once, that I would have loved to help,
Into his next incarnation...
A rubber mallet would have taken a longer time
But would have been SO much more satisfying...
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Sorry, did I say all that out loud..?
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