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2014-07-31 10:23:09 AM  
What the hell was that?!

/still laughing
 
2014-07-31 11:47:07 AM  
I think it was suppose to be a snap then yell..
 
2014-07-31 11:52:37 AM  
 
2014-07-31 11:57:11 AM  
So... they sell a stick?
 
2014-07-31 12:38:20 PM  

Cluckity: So... they sell a stick?


And a wedge...
 
2014-07-31 12:38:30 PM  
So it's an expensive version of this:
img2u.info
but unlike the above tool, the "Big Easy" only doubles as an abortion tool for women like Octomom or Michelle Duggar?
 
2014-07-31 12:47:11 PM  
Girls wearing sweats thread?
 
2014-07-31 01:35:29 PM  
Wanted for questioning...

img.fark.net
 
2014-07-31 01:43:34 PM  
Where do you keep that large tool?  In the trunk - which you can't access unless you have the keys...

Sure you could keep it at home, but you could also keep a spare key at home...

This product is useless.

BANG - AYYEEEE!!!!
 
2014-07-31 01:44:28 PM  

Truther: Where do you keep that large tool?  In the trunk - which you can't access unless you have the keys...

Sure you could keep it at home, but you could also keep a spare key at home...

This product is useless.

BANG - AYYEEEE!!!!


It's for tow truck drivers and the like.
 
2014-07-31 02:00:33 PM  

VivianVivisect: I think it was suppose to be a snap then yell..


So what's with the sound of the rotary saw at 2:22?
 
2014-07-31 02:08:57 PM  

lostcat: VivianVivisect: I think it was suppose to be a snap then yell..

So what's with the sound of the rotary saw at 2:22?


LOL - my wife's using the vacuum cleaner, and I just thought "man, it sounds like that thing needs a new belt!"
 
2014-07-31 02:39:22 PM  

lewismarktwo: Truther: Where do you keep that large tool?  In the trunk - which you can't access unless you have the keys...

Sure you could keep it at home, but you could also keep a spare key at home...

This product is useless.

BANG - AYYEEEE!!!!

It's for tow truck drivers and the like.


Most of those guys already have tools and the expertise to get into cars.   I usually don't lock my keys in my car.  I think once about 30 years ago and once about 3 years ago.   I just totally spaced for some reason.  Fortunately someone called AAA for me and within 15 minutes someone showed up and spent about 5 seconds unlocking it for me.

Quite frankly I think AAA is a waste of money unless you really expect to need a tow truck on a regular basis.  I haven't needed a tow truck in about 20 years.  I can change my own tires and I have a good long set of jumper cables.

It's great if other people have it though.
 
2014-07-31 02:55:08 PM  

gfid: lewismarktwo: Truther: Where do you keep that large tool?  In the trunk - which you can't access unless you have the keys...

Sure you could keep it at home, but you could also keep a spare key at home...

This product is useless.

BANG - AYYEEEE!!!!

It's for tow truck drivers and the like.

Most of those guys already have tools and the expertise to get into cars.   I usually don't lock my keys in my car.  I think once about 30 years ago and once about 3 years ago.   I just totally spaced for some reason.  Fortunately someone called AAA for me and within 15 minutes someone showed up and spent about 5 seconds unlocking it for me.

Quite frankly I think AAA is a waste of money unless you really expect to need a tow truck on a regular basis.  I haven't needed a tow truck in about 20 years.  I can change my own tires and I have a good long set of jumper cables.

It's great if other people have it though.


I called AAA once when I had an old shiatty car and they used a tool just like this to open the door.  I had locked both my keys and my wallet with the extra key of course.
 
2014-07-31 02:59:59 PM  

gfid: Quite frankly I think AAA is a waste of money unless you really expect to need a tow truck on a regular basis. I haven't needed a tow truck in about 20 years. I can change my own tires and I have a good long set of jumper cables.


On a single week-long family vacation, the discounts will easily add up to more than the annual fee for the card.  I rarely use my AAA card for anything related to Automobiles.
 
2014-07-31 04:15:08 PM  
Points off for not using the Wilhem scream
 
2014-07-31 04:17:04 PM  

gfid: Most of those guys already have tools and the expertise to get into cars.


Confirming that professionals never buy tools, because they already have tools.

I saw a AAA guy use one of these just the other day (but he also used the airbag wedge I posted above).
 
2014-07-31 06:00:31 PM  
My mechanic brought one of these to my car which happened to be only a block away from his shop, when I locked my key inside one day. So yeah, useful for professionals. For people like me, it's handy to just carry a spare key in the other pocket for those occasional mishaps.
 
2014-07-31 06:53:15 PM  

lewismarktwo: It's for tow truck drivers and the like.


Every time I have locked my keys in my current vehicle, which was three or four times a year until I developed a key checking habit, the locksmith pulls out a tool exactly like the one in the video. In my Mustang, had the person pull out the slim bar a few times, but generally took longer. Course, my Mustang had the locking mechanism easily accessible in the door, whereas my Aurora, as far as I know, has the mechanism housed in a box to secure against use of the bar.
 
2014-07-31 08:09:58 PM  

gfid: lewismarktwo: Truther: Where do you keep that large tool?  In the trunk - which you can't access unless you have the keys...

Sure you could keep it at home, but you could also keep a spare key at home...

This product is useless.

BANG - AYYEEEE!!!!

It's for tow truck drivers and the like.

Most of those guys already have tools and the expertise to get into cars.   I usually don't lock my keys in my car.  I think once about 30 years ago and once about 3 years ago.   I just totally spaced for some reason.  Fortunately someone called AAA for me and within 15 minutes someone showed up and spent about 5 seconds unlocking it for me.

Quite frankly I think AAA car insurance is a waste of money unless you really expect to need a tow truck be in automobile accidents on a regular basis.  I haven't needed a tow truck in about 20 years.  I can change my own tires and I have a good long set of jumper cables which are totally useless when there's no one available to give me a jump start so I'll have to call a towing service anyway and end up as much for 1 jump as the annual membership might have cost me.

It's great if other people have it though.



/FTFY
//Seriously though, the AAA related discounts, and their services for planning road trips related stuff can easily cover the cost of the membership if you do any sort of travelling. And if you have a spouse or teens driving, they can get use out of the auto-services too.
 
2014-07-31 10:04:27 PM  

nytmare: My mechanic brought one of these to my car which happened to be only a block away from his shop, when I locked my key inside one day. So yeah, useful for professionals. For people like me, it's handy to just carry a spare key in the other pocket for those occasional mishaps.


What happens when you lock your pants in the car?
 
2014-08-01 12:33:54 AM  

Empty H: nytmare: My mechanic brought one of these to my car which happened to be only a block away from his shop, when I locked my key inside one day. So yeah, useful for professionals. For people like me, it's handy to just carry a spare key in the other pocket for those occasional mishaps.

What happens when you lock your pants in the car?


Those are very rare cases, but in every one, I recommend the same thing.  And this is very important.

Check to see if you slammed your dick in the door.  If you did, *don't* try to      pull      it right out.  If you're smart, you've got the wedge wedged up in your asscrack, use that to make some space and retract your appendage.

Heaven forbid that you have some sort of odd bondage fetish that may cause constant arousal during this process.

I hope this answers your question.
 
2014-08-01 12:44:35 AM  

SansNeural: Empty H: nytmare: My mechanic brought one of these to my car which happened to be only a block away from his shop, when I locked my key inside one day. So yeah, useful for professionals. For people like me, it's handy to just carry a spare key in the other pocket for those occasional mishaps.

What happens when you lock your pants in the car?

Those are very rare cases, but in every one, I recommend the same thing.  And this is very important.

Check to see if you slammed your dick in the door.  If you did, *don't* try to      pull      it right out.  If you're smart, you've got the wedge wedged up in your asscrack, use that to make some space and retract your appendage.

Heaven forbid that you have some sort of odd bondage fetish that may cause constant arousal during this process.

I hope this answers your question.


The instructions weren't clear enough. I got my dick caught in the ceiling fan.
 
2014-08-01 12:54:15 AM  

Empty H: SansNeural: Empty H: nytmare: My mechanic brought one of these to my car which happened to be only a block away from his shop, when I locked my key inside one day. So yeah, useful for professionals. For people like me, it's handy to just carry a spare key in the other pocket for those occasional mishaps.

What happens when you lock your pants in the car?

Those are very rare cases, but in every one, I recommend the same thing.  And this is very important.

Check to see if you slammed your dick in the door.  If you did, *don't* try to      pull      it right out.  If you're smart, you've got the wedge wedged up in your asscrack, use that to make some space and retract your appendage.

Heaven forbid that you have some sort of odd bondage fetish that may cause constant arousal during this process.

I hope this answers your question.

The instructions weren't clear enough. I got my dick caught in the ceiling fan.


You pulled too hard.  Sorry that I wasn't more clear about the hazards.  I should have used the word "gently" in a few places.

For your present predicament, try to reach up for the switch at the hub of the fan and shut it off.  Failing that, see if you can reach the wall switch as you swing by.  If all else fails, the ceiling fan motor will probably burn out in a few hours.
 
2014-08-01 07:29:53 AM  

gfid: lewismarktwo: Truther: Where do you keep that large tool?  In the trunk - which you can't access unless you have the keys...

Sure you could keep it at home, but you could also keep a spare key at home...

This product is useless.

BANG - AYYEEEE!!!!

It's for tow truck drivers and the like.

Most of those guys already have tools and the expertise to get into cars.   I usually don't lock my keys in my car.  I think once about 30 years ago and once about 3 years ago.   I just totally spaced for some reason.  Fortunately someone called AAA for me and within 15 minutes someone showed up and spent about 5 seconds unlocking it for me.

Quite frankly I think AAA is a waste of money unless you really expect to need a tow truck on a regular basis.  I haven't needed a tow truck in about 20 years.  I can change my own tires and I have a good long set of jumper cables.

It's great if other people have it though.


If you lease your cars, AAA is probably overkill.  If you drive cars into the ground like I do, AAA is worthwhile.  It's also peace of mind for family members who aren't quite capable as you or I of changing tires or jumping a car.

Did I mention that more and more cars these days don't come with spare tires or runflats for gas mileage reasons?  AAA (basic membership) is pretty reasonable, and the discounts are very good at hotels and other places o' business.
 
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