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Exhausted exhaust pipe
By Sulya
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The submitter informs me that this fix for a broken exhaust pipe lasted nearly two months. Not bad!

You can fix anything with a hot glue gun
By Kipple
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Which is a more utile tool? A hot glue gun, or duct tape? I'll let you be the judge.

By Unknown
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The only issue with this "lock" is that it's less of a security mechanism and more of a test of strength between you and the person coming in. If a 300-pound linebacker gives the door just one good yank, he'll probably send you flying from the toilet seat with who-knows-what strewn all over the floor.

~Not-"Not-So-Handy-Andy" Jack

By henkkaj
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From the submitter:

"A Chinese charger for an RC car was broken beyond repair and I had an extra cord lying around. Yeah, it's fugly but it works... and yes, the other hole is now plugged from inside the charger so it is actually safe too!"
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Via: laughingsquid.com
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You can get a kit for this Lucasnerd-approved cable organizer from GeekCook, or you can fix one up yourself using sections of that Princess Leia cardboard cut-out you owned in the '70s.

You did, don't deny it.

~Not-"Not-So-Handy Andy" Jack

Via: Acidcow
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Looking forward to sweltering temperatures this summer? Now, with this fan fix, you can be marginally less sweltering! You're welcome.