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512 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: humor trainwreck dangerous not square

I got a link from a friend, to a motorcycle forum. Apparently one of the posters’ landlord is building himself a shed in the backyard….one that is extremely cringeworthy, but at the same time, the saga and pictures of the build are hilarious to read. If you have a few minutes, stop by and take a look.

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#1 posted 512 days ago

Holy crap, that was a funny thread!!! Worth the time to read it!

-- Mike

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#2 posted 512 days ago

Yikes. Its actually kind of sad that the guy isn’t willing to help him.

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#3 posted 512 days ago

Now I don’t care who you are, that there is funny.

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#4 posted 512 days ago

that’s hilarious

-- Joel

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#5 posted 512 days ago

Surely this is a movie set for the remake of one of the Laurel and Hardy movies. Since the guy is his landlord I hope that he hasn’t done any work in his residence. Thanks for posting.

helluvawreck aka Charles

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#6 posted 512 days ago

In between laughing fits, I’m wondering how the guy that posted that thread will feel if he didn’t say anything and someone gets hurt when that thing collapses.

Don’t know how the landlord is 1) going to even get a tiller through the door and 2) if he does get it inside, how he’s going to get it back out when it goes through the floor and a couple inches into the soggy mess of ground.

-- "The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public's money." Alexis de Tocqueville, 1835

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#7 posted 512 days ago

I figure once the floor rots out, he’ll just lay another layer down on the soggy mess that was the floor. And yeah, I was thinking the same thing as Charles….what else has this guy managed to rig up inside his house, that’s of the same level of construction as this shed…

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#8 posted 512 days ago

This looks like something I might have done in the worst of my drinking days.

-- Charlie M. "Woodworking - patience = firewood"

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#9 posted 512 days ago

I bookmarked that link. I wanna check back every few weeks to see if the thing is still standing LOL

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#10 posted 512 days ago

Building Construction the Libertarian way.

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#11 posted 512 days ago

Oh, gosh. I’m dying from laughing so hard.

I’m reading through the thread and almost lost it entirely on the time-lapse movie he posted around post#100.

-- jay,

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#12 posted 512 days ago

God I love Asians. Always willing to “save money” in the worst possible ways.

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#13 posted 512 days ago

where is he going to hang the “hardhat required” sign?

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#14 posted 512 days ago

Fantastic! No other way to describe it. Looks like it was all done with hand tools?

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#15 posted 512 days ago

go to page 17 of the thread for the completion , I blogged the link, just too good not to share

I think these guys email me :)

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