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rumrunner

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hi,
just to start you off , "jack the ripper",(the cable stripper),
get the drift ,anyone know any more?:D
 
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supasparx

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Gary or Phillip Neville = Spirit level

Johnny Depps = Steps

Mike Myers = Pliers
 
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Shakey

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Patio Heater

erm....multimeter

and Dave Cripps

Snips

i went to school with dave cripps, so i realise its not really a common slang term.....

i 'll make up some more later:p;)
 
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randyrat

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Hengmee......

For anything that you just can't quite remember it's name....usually used in the following kind of situation....

"Pass me the wotsit, will you?"
"Which wotsit"
"You know....the Hengmee"

Often accompanied by finger pointing and random mime movements demonstrating the correct use of the Hengmee.

:D

randyrat
 
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rumrunner

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Dave cripps i like that one ,much more than the common old "fish and chips";)
 
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wayne

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well we've got the "knocking stick " or the manchester screwdriver not exactly rhyming slang but there you go
 
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rumrunner

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Yeah
,knocking stick ,or as i say give it a bit of H ,as in enerys ammer;)
ive got 2 little and large ,maybee ill start calling them sid and eddie .:D
atvbitwww
 
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Bane

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Hammer= Hammer
Level= Level
Screwdriver=Screwdriver

Etc.
 
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wayne

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bane= bane (as in bane of my life )

etc
 
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Shakey

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ah cum on, leave Bane alone

he's learnt to spell the name of his tools





he'll be USING the [email protected]*&s next


oh and another one

flutch snizzle = scutch chisel


jeez i'm bored
 
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wayne

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we all love bane and his spellchecker!!!
 
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Bane

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Using my tools?

That's a running joke onsite now. I always borrow everyone elses tools.

They ask where's my tools, "In my toolbox stupid"

I want to keep them looking shiny and new...
 
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Cirrus

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Ah, so you also sit and watch the sparks do the work too eh saying " I gotta learn haven't i?"

Lazy ****






(Jokin buddy);)
 
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