Red Green’s prehistoric relative?
my first thought a early relative of Tim Allen, but I like Red Green better
If it moves and it shouldn’t – duct tape. If it doesn’t move and it should – WD-40.
Wise words of revelation indeed!!!!!!
Old US Navy axiom: if it moves, salute it. If is doesn’t, paint it gray.
…except if it’s John Deere agriculture equipment.
In B.C.? Haw. Fake News!
This is part on my theological thesis that God does not have a gender. If God were a woman would she invent PMS and labor pains. God could not be a man since the universe is not held together with duck tape. (Yes, the “correct” etymology is “duck” not “duct” although both are used.)
The first Millwright!!
Don’t forget bailing wire, bubble gum & super glue !!!
wd-40 is the worst choice for actual oiling purposes
As a former submarine mechanic, I have to add 2 items.
Vise Grips® and a hammer.
you need zip ties, too.
If those two things don’t fix it, they aren’t worth fixing!
You forgot ball peen hammer. That completes the trinity.
Unless the batteries are dead.
Oatmeal and a few not well chosen words works for me.
“I’m a caveman, but I can change, if I have to, I guess.”
In the movie “Grand Torino”. Clint Eastwood’s character, Walt Kowalski, famously said, “Take these three items right here. You can have this. WD-40, vise grips, and some duct tape. Any man worth his salt can do half the household chores with just those three things.”
I’ve recently used Gorilla Tape for a couple things and find it better than duck tape. I want me some of that 100mph or 90mph tape, though. :)
I heard duck tape was useful for times when you are trying to get all your ducks in a row. I know eeeeeew
Some things can only be fixed with flowers…
Tape is good for most stuff but sometimes you need baling wire or the modern day equivalent: nylon cable ties.
Don’t forget about baling wire too.
My go-to lube: PB B’laster..Besides, it was made the year i was born ! blastercorp.com/PB-Blaster-Penetrant-remove-stuck-parts-spray
The Army taught me that you can fix any thing with the proper placement of high explosives. Or a bigger hammer.