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    Quote Originally Posted by tomshep View Post
    Mine told me to buy another aircraft to get me out from under her feet. If I didn't, there would be a hammock installed in the garage. (There was no way I was letting her sleep in there for fear that she would "tidy up" all my tool kits. )
    Mine did that soem years ago, tidied up the tools, still looking for some 5 years down the line and two moves in the process.


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    My hubby has his toolbox and I have mine; ne'er do the twain meet. It seems to work that way.
    Of course if they did get together we might find ourselves with loads of little spanners and screwdrivers that we don't know where they came from.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MadamBreakneck View Post
    My hubby has his toolbox and I have mine; ne'er do the twain meet. It seems to work that way.
    Of course if they did get together we might find ourselves with loads of little spanners and screwdrivers that we don't know where they came from.
    Joan, it's like this: When a daddy spanner and a mummy spanner love each other very much.....
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    I didn't realise spanners were capable of emotion! I must admit I was taught some choice words which are supposed to help sometimes when using a spanner, but that's surely the spanner-wrangler's emotion, not the spanner's.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MadamBreakneck View Post
    I didn't realise spanners were capable of emotion.
    Well mine seem to have a mind of their own at times...
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