04:46PM | 03/13/99
I bought my husband a DeWalt combination drill and circular saw for Christmas. I put on his HoneyDo List garage shelves. He says he needs some instructions on how to do this...someone please help. Thanks.


08:15PM | 03/14/99
Buy wood, buy brackets, cut wood, screw brackets to wall (use level or eyball it) screw wood to brackets, use drill bit for pilot hole if wood too hard. job not hard wife do as good a job as lazy husband. Take back nice tools if husband not use or keep them for wife.


01:55PM | 03/15/99

Shame on you! Do you know how many years this poor guy has used the "I don't know how to do it" technique to get out of doing her honey do list? What if other women read your answer and begin to wonder about their husbands? This seed planting must stop! Since YoMamma has probably caught on to his act, he is now forced to come up with other ways to avoid her probable long list of meaningless chores.
On behalf of men of leisure everywhere, be careful of what you say here.........


03:27AM | 03/16/99
Well said DR HOME!!!!


08:20PM | 03/16/99
I'm very sorry about that, you know I just kind of freaked out at the thought of all of the really nice unused power tools out there. The only thing for Mr. YoMamma to do now is cut a few fingers off. That should set things right with the missus.


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