Go fix something this weekend (24 Photos)



    • Original

      Hey Santa- You and "First Guy" did it. Congrats. Your both fucking assholes..wait Number 2


      Fuck off!

    • dagg nabbit


  • HotMomma

    #16 looks legit.

    • dan

      This is what the fed does anyway

      • Epitomizer

        16 Trillion in debt? Meh, run off another batch.

  • love


  • Rubik5cube

    Go fix something this weekend…..don't tell me what to do Mac!!!

  • Barry

    Barry likey

    • Epitomizer

      Barry retarded

  • Zihavoc


    • matty

      wrong type of bike.

    • braap

      superb climbing efficiency on that on, no pedal bob at all!

  • First guy


    • http://www.facebook.com/marc.para.96 Marc Para

      Is that the sound your mountain bike makes?

  • kal50

    #2 Wish I was near this dude when i had a huge fart built up!

  • Toymachine

    #21 thats by code for sure!
    #4 #11

  • crazydog

    #11 #21 top shelf darwin award competitors

  • Shabooms

    #20 The Pontiac El Camino

  • Cole

    #21 stealing power for a nice BC Bud grow op?

  • Bones

    I am stumped

    • Gonasiphaherpalitis

      Power line thief.

    • Jeff

      That is done to test cables after they were pulled through a conduit

      • B.J.

        no it's not

      • QTheLibertine

        I assure you that there is no world in which a high potential test is done that way.

        • Reality

          Yes it is how you test cables for continuity not high potential. It is simply to pair each end of a cable so you can tell them apart. That's why the same wire has been used on the first two cables and then cut off and reused on the others. The same red wire was attached 3 times, once to each cable.

          • Steve

            Why the hell would you damage the insulation just to do a continuity test? There's no reason to put a tek screw through the jacket unless that's past your termination point and its scrap anyways.

            As Libertine said theres not a lot to work with but my guess is for an insulation test given the wire is cut twice and there's a ground in the background. Anyway you slice it it's scabby and I strongly disagree with this method.

          • QTheLibertine

            I assure you there is no world in which a continuity test is done that way.

    • QTheLibertine

      I am going to take a wild stab at this. I can see phase tape so this is very close to the termination point. Therefore, I think that they have removed a piece of equipment in a demo. It is high voltage three phase, and I think, mind you wild stab here, that some brainiac maintenance man came up with this as a tap for a load monitor, or maybe to power a piece of equipment in the same enclosure. I don't have a lot in the pic to work with, but, if it was a thief tapping the conductors, there would be only one tap and a dead body. The circuit had to be open to do this, and guarded in an enclosure after.

      • Notme

        I will have to trust you on this one.

  • Ralph

    #13 If you come from an Italian family, your dad did this.

    • bczu

      Why do Italians feel the need to claim everything?

      • Ralph

        C'mon, man. Don't be like that. It's just a memory from my childhood. And I miss my dad.

        • https://www.facebook.com/paul.braatz.7 Paul Braatz

          German too dude.

          I hear ya on the old memory's.

          Enjoy it for what it brings you.

  • twd22285

    #7 rear view mirror mirror on my car who's the fairest of them all..

    • Si1entStatic

      Definitely not you as Objects in mirror are closer than they appear…… >.<

    • Tomas

      "I'm pretty… oh so pretty…"

  • Lindsey

    #24 Yeah, no accidents waiting to happen there. Looks pretty sturdy…


      seems legit

    • Rolo__Tomasi

      Gene pool needs some chlorine every once in a while.

    • https://www.facebook.com/paul.braatz.7 Paul Braatz

      It's actually part of the BMX bike course.

  • DIY?

    #24..Looks safe
    #18..a lot of work, just piss down the drain like the rest of us
    #23 Air conditioning Fail…
    #16 must be the work of Frank Abagnale Jr.

  • http://twitter.com/Howling_Eagle @Howling_Eagle

    Duct tape fixes everything! #3 #12

    • HatBomb

      I only find myself wondering, what is the drill bit for here? #12

      • turd ferguson

        relieving the pressure of a blood blister under the nail.

        step 1 – lighter to drill bit til smoking hot
        step 2 – hand twist hot drill bit into nail
        step 3 – scream in agony as hot bit touches virgin skin and blood spews from the new hole
        step 4 – slowly recover and enjoy now pressureless blood blister

        • Canadian guest

          Been there, done that one moar than one occasion

          • spaceace

            Except a broken heart….or does it?

  • Rich

    #13 Nothing wrong with this, I run my grain mill the same way when making beer!

    • Deep Dish

      Same here. I've destroyed three batteries for my cordless doing this instead of just buying a corded drill.

  • Charlie_Cheen

    #18 I have one of these except mine looks like the drain in the floor.

    • topper

      the so called Golden Shower!?

  • Donkey_Bong

    #4 This work and is easy and cheap. Works with zip ties too and gives that extra trash appeal hipsters are after now a days.

    • 240slideee

      You do realize that those are zip ties, right?….And it's not for the looks. It's efficient, it works, and it's cheap. That's why they say "Zip Ties are a drifter's best friend."

      • HillbillyNinja

        Indeed, zip ties are about the only way to fix those stupid composite fenders GM tried putting on duallies. They won't dent or rust…. but boy will a fixed object play hell with them.

    • https://www.facebook.com/paul.braatz.7 Paul Braatz

      Perfect ! Pure fricken genius.

  • fsh

    Don't get it

    • BIYF

      Typically there would be a female-female connector (insert joke). In this instance, the engineer used some copper wires to splice these two cables together. It works.

      • nick

        yep, they did it right.

        • Simon

          At the time time, I'm guessing, it's converting stereo to mono.

  • eric

    Being an electrician, i stared at #21 for a while and cannot come up with an explanation, I'd love some context on that one…and maybe #12 too

    • Lisa

      For 12, I'm guessing they had an infection/blister of some sort underneath the nail…they used the drill bit to poke a hole and then the other things for bandaging. It's similar to what a doctor would do, but without all those pesky things like serious infection control…:-/

      • landon

        Too pricey. Gotta go for the good ole paper clip held over a lighter for a few seconds, melts right through the nail and is a fantastic way to gross out your friends.

        • Lisa

          I'm a taxidermist…I gross people out when I talk about my work. Have you ever peeled a snake? How about the lovely lovely oh so fragrant smell of a coyote? It's just…ahhhh and ewwwwwww both. 😉 🙂

    • HillbillyNinja

      Yeah, the first thought I had when I saw the tape on the wild leg was "Are you crazy or just plain stupid?

    • scott

      21 broken toe, using drill bit as a splint, if you look close u can see it, as for 12… wtf are these people stupid…. i work with 400 hz and i would never fuck with electricity

  • Anomanom

    #4 Not bad actually.

    • jkrranger

      I don't mind it either. A litttle Goth.

  • Panda

    #12 Hate to say I've done this a time or two while working out in the shop. Yes…yes I'm am redneck

    • Eric_Le_Awesome

      I've done this several times at work myself. I simply call it a MAND-AID.

blog comments powered by Disqus
Back to the top