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Cornish Jack22/05/2019 19:48:06
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Varies between 'gloating' and 'despairing'

The gloating bit comes from remembering the time when the only modifying tool I could afford was a Stanley knife, to having (almost) every machine tool I've ever wanted.

The despair comes from realising I lack the skill to do anything useful with them and the workshop is too overcrowded for comfort, anyway.

Sod's Law is immutable!sad

rgds

Bill

Martin W22/05/2019 19:48:37
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Just Modging About or Furgling Around, often while like others I try to remember why came to the workshop and should I have a revelation then trying to remember where the required tool/item is. The latter rarely happens and if it does then reason for looking has vanished into the unfathomable mists of forgetfulness in the remote corners of my brain.

Jeff Dayman22/05/2019 19:57:30
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SRT

Sanity Recalibration Therapy

(tax deductible)

(the Doctor is IN)

Edited By Jeff Dayman on 22/05/2019 19:58:12

Boiler Bri22/05/2019 20:12:06
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Having been given permission 😂

B

Neil Wyatt22/05/2019 22:18:26
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Whatever i do it's usually a distraction from the tidying I need to do before real projects can progress...

charadam22/05/2019 23:17:19
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Swarfing.

Phil Whitley23/05/2019 08:48:38
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I call it work!

Georgineer23/05/2019 12:18:37
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A friend of mine when asked says "I'm just giving it a good coat of looking-at".

George B.

Brian Baker 123/05/2019 13:10:15
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"Latheing" as it is known by the rest of the family.

Perko723/05/2019 13:29:13
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Pottering or tinkering mainly, sometimes tidying up, occasionally playing and every now and then actually 'working' which usually means fixing something that is needed for other 'essential' household or yard chores.

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