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Stupid, stupider, stupidest. These are the words used to describe most men. You want to see how stupid those guys can be? Watch this right now.
There’s nothing like a DIY project to show off men’s capacity for well stupidity. Come on guys you know what I’m talking about. Give us the tools and max your time and you know we’re going to some stupid. It’s in DNA and you know what’s more fun when you get the chance to draw the unexpected buddy into your world of stupid.
You know what‘s amazing. That’s the tenth time that guy is on for that. Now, our next video like the last one, reminds us that nothing spells trouble like a lazy set of a DIY project and a couple of guys wait around for the paint to dry.
Okay do you want studs or hoops? Hoops will totally look great on you. Hello Mommy! Yeah, it’s been Jake, I’ve got a piece of wood and add to my ear again. What whamp! Back in my day, we use the hammer.
I say, let’s live that pierce of stuff to the ladies. Of course they would never do it that way because those guys they like the stupid stuff. Women on the other hand tend to frown on stupidity. So a word to the wise, if you take on a project with the misses, save the stupid man tricks for another day, or tape it. It’s up to you.
And that’s what’s known as the world’s quickest divorce. Of course on a spot that’d be 300 bucks.
Well that’s it for now and just remember, there are those who DIY the right way, and those that end up on our show. The choice is yours.
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