laziness

concrete home repair laziness stairs - 4583628800
By Alan Finkelstein
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Uh oh, here comes the foreman to check out your work. ~Not-So-Handy Andy

camero cars convertible laziness waterproof wtf - 4753616128
By So Cal Jesi
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At least it distracts from that god-awful paint job. ~Not-So-Handy Andy

dual use holding it up laziness Office shredder - 3658810112
By Unknown
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From the submitter:

Too lazy to empty the small bin, the office worker finds a better way to do her work.

chair college furniture laziness - 5854547200
By Unknown
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Considering you have to piece it together yourself, this is probably a much more comfortable solution.

~NSHA

computer case computer repair laziness USB - 4727995904
By Unknown
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Which is (once again, as alway, forever, etc.) what she said. ~Not-So-Handy Andy

dual use furniture laziness scooter - 4821061376
By MamaC
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If this thing has a built-in chemical toilet, it may be the world's greatest invention.

~NSHA

cardboard box clever hot tub laziness - 4951736576
By Sebastian
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Well deserved after spending an entire Saturday shopping for Jacuzzis, realize they're damn expensive and coming home to build this.

~NSHA

Apple product ipad laziness - 4918321920
By Unknown
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Words With Friends while jogging: the new hotness. Yep, I just said hotness.

~NSHA

ac air conditioner curtains home improvement it-fits laziness - 4810955008
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Sorry fixers, due to some craziness beyond our control here at TIFI headquarters there won't be a Historical Thursday post today. Check back next week for an especially kludgy write-up of ancient workarounds. ~Not-So-Handy Andy

laziness road repair tax dollars at work - 4621656832
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Aw, come on. They even circled it in the picture! ~Not-So-Handy Andy

duct tape holding it up laziness - 5041081344
By Naich
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You know what? Let's just leave it up there and call it modern art. It's a metaphor for... the rising toll over-connectivity has had on our society. Yes, that's what it is.

~NSHA