lock

bathroom,cord,lock,string
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

fast food,fryer,lock,not intended use
By Unknown
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From Vent, Enter, Search, a blog for firefighters about hazards and unusual situations encountered on the job. Much of what's documented is epic kludge that may also put firefighters in danger when trying to enter or exit a building.

car,lock,trunk
By SR1977 ( Via: izismile.com)
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It's possible this kludge was only made to keep the trunk from flapping. Sure. That's it. Because if it were meant to keep someone from opening it, it would only work for someone on the inside right? And that would mean... never mind, I don't want to think about it.

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

bolt,deadbolt,door,door lock,lock,socket wrench,wrench
By Unknown
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Oh yeah... I used it as a lock in the bathroom.

So I guess it's a locket wrench now.

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