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  1. #1
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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."

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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.
    Last edited by Dugmet; 12-03-2012 at 01:11 AM.
    Better exiled than succumb to hypocrisy. -- Soe Hok Gie

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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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