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Finnbar says: I used to know a guy who tattooed LOVE across his left knuckles, but didn't tattoo HATE on the other knuckles because he was right-handed and realised he couldn't finish. Ever run out of skills or inspiration halfway through a job?

(, Thu 24 Jun 2010, 13:32)
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while I'm on the subject of sheds
www.b3ta.com/questions/unfinishedbusiness/post767114

My mate's old man had a great shed. Proper little workshop, including a wood burning stove, old sofa and booze.

When he was building the shed, about 20 years previously, his missus had voiced her concerns about him disappearing for hours on end. "Tell you what luv" he said "I'll put an intercom system between the shed and the kitchen, so you can press the button and speak to me whenever you want"

True to his word, they day after the shed was completed, he put the intercom in. "I've run out of cable luv" he explained to his wife "I've only got it working from the shed to the kitchen. Let's check it works now, then I can sort out kitchen to shed bit later"

A minute later he was in the shed ready for the inaugural intercom message...."Bring us up a cup of tea luv, ta."

And do you know what? He never got round to fixing the intercom to work both ways.
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(, Sat 26 Jun 2010, 10:15, closed)
I think, nay, know
this should win!
(, Sat 26 Jun 2010, 10:25, closed)
ladies and gentlemen, we have a winnah!

(, Sat 26 Jun 2010, 18:29, closed)
We do indeed!
And, of course, it was finished, if you've got a Y chromosome.
(, Sat 26 Jun 2010, 21:49, closed)
This is exactly the sort of thing...
... that I aspire to not finish some day.

*click*
(, Tue 29 Jun 2010, 12:19, closed)

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