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    nosirrom 9 days ago

    As a man I’ve never understood the “Not reading instructions” thing. People who don’t read the instructions are the type who would fail the “read everything before doing anything” test.

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    Phred GC Insider 9 days ago

    Go get the medical kit.

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    NeedaChuckle 9 days ago

    My brother invited me over to put up a swing set. He said to come day early and stay overnight. Got plastered. Next morning hung over bad. I put the set together in an hour, not looking at instructions. The instructions stated 4 hours. Set still going strong. Last time I was hungover too.

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    mourdac 9 days ago

    Instructions tend to be a gender-oriented thing, like asking directions

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    Perkycat 9 days ago

    Must be time for Clayton to learn some new swear words.

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    Ed Brault GC Insider 8 days ago

    When all else fails, read the instructions!

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    InquireWithin 8 days ago

    I guess i just got in the habit of reading instructions because i work in a highly technical field where following the process is key to not bricking your equipment. I suppose after a few passes thru the process, once you’re familiar with it, you don’t need them anymore, but for anything beyond setting up a swing set you probably want instructions in front of you the first time you do it. And for some tasks, you always want to adhere to them strictly: there’s a reason why pilots have to go thru a rigorous pre-flight checklist, and pretty serious consequences (I’m talking Darwin award level consequences) if they don’t.

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    Furienna 8 days ago

    Somehow, instructions will just make my head spin… And when I can’t understand the instructions, I say I’m better off without them.

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