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    cordless drills + corn on the cob

    I ordered the $100 dewalt cordless drill from Lowes recently because of there sale.

    Pretty pumped.


    My co-worker was telling me the other day how you can put an ear of corn on a cordless drill and hold it up to your mouth to make it easier/faster to eat.

    Has anyone tried this? Is it messy?

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    I've put things on cordless drills before, but I can't talk about that here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by debo View Post
    I've put things on cordless drills before, but I can't talk about that here.
    This is MY thread. You can say whatever the **** you want.

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    If you tell this to women, we might never get some foreverrrrrrr!

    Also, use tons of butter so you lube up your entire mouth.
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    Sounds like a terrible idea.

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    Try it without the corn first, then report back.

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    Ive put wieners on the drill.
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    I hope you have a great dentist. please post footage of you attempting this.

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    That drill sucks battery wise.

    Need to go lithium and then you can give out a longer cobber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CUBDOM4life View Post
    Has anyone tried this? Is it messy?
    "How to Eat Corn on the Cob Using a Drill."


    I heard you were looking for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yagyu+ View Post
    Ah, a nice German fellow.


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    Thats funny, lmao, jay leno had a video of a dude doing this exact thing (corn thing) on friday

    didn't open the vid above but its prolly the one im talking about.

    I wouldn't do it if i were you lol

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    Man people are lazy

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    Quote Originally Posted by CUBDOM4life View Post
    I ordered the $100 dewalt cordless drill from Lowes recently because of there sale.

    Pretty pumped.


    My co-worker was telling me the other day how you can put an ear of corn on a cordless drill and hold it up to your mouth to make it easier/faster to eat.

    Has anyone tried this? Is it messy?
    The 12v lithium drill? I was looking at it today at Lowes and it was $129 or $119. Good deal if you got it for less. Or the 18v nicad drill? I used the nicad for years.

    I bought the 12 inch dual bevel compound mitre saw today for about $332. It was marked down 10% plus I had a 10% coupon. It can cut 10-inch board. Anyone know if I can do open heart surgery with it?

    Yeah. That would be messy.
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    "The 90 wins is about challenge. It's about changing the conversation. It's about framing questions for ourselves as to how we get there. So I stand by the notion that we need to get better, and in doing so we need to set concrete goals for ourselves so that we have sort of specific conversations among ourselves about how we're going to get there." -- Mr. Alderson

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    Quote Originally Posted by eso View Post
    I hope you have a great dentist. please post footage of you attempting this.
    I have teeth made of steel. I'm 23 and have never had a cavity or anything else wrong with them

    Quote Originally Posted by Yagyu+ View Post
    Thanks as always Yags+. It certainly looks messy.

    Quote Originally Posted by bosox3431 View Post
    Man people are lazy
    Lazy, or drunk?

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