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Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist?
Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed.
For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?
I used to work with tools, now I just have them.
bblhed wrote:I used to work with tools, now I just have them.
Dangit! Beat me to it.
LOL, I thought the same thing.
For the second choice (I own very few, like one Phillips-head and one flathead.), drawings or pictures of the screwdrivers might help some in figuring what those are.
I have sort of a workshop in the garage, then another work area in the home office, for precision work like soldering and such. And several large bags.
Retired electrician here and seeing this poll makes me want to start asking my nephews to come and take some of these tools away.
Many tools and a few boxes. Not that any tools make it back into the boxes. That's what shelves are for.
I said I didn't own any, but that's mostly because my mother has an enormous toolset and I just borrow hers.
Also because I know that WD-40 and duck tape fix everything anyway.
When I was a young single mother, I lived in an apartment complex with mostly single mothers as well (coincidence). We shared a rock as our community hammer. Twelve years later and my OWN tool stash hasn't grown a bit (I don't know who inherited the rock). However, my husband has a bunch of tools - just for play projects and whatnot. I still would rather find a makeshift object for a hammer or screwdriver than go dig and find one of his...
Just started building up my collection. I wish I knew more about which to buy and how to use them; my schools never offered shop class or woodworking :-(
I know there are thousands of videos on YouTube showing techniques but I've always been better learning hands on. Now I'm stuck behind a desk with no time to go learn stuff.
I have a bunch, but rarely use them. They come in handy when I do need them.
Heating, air conditioning, and plumbing contractor here and I'm a tool magnet. I've got so many screwdrivers hammers, saws, and miscellaneous fittings that I can't even see straight!
Almost everyone I work with is a tool.