Discussion in 'General' started by drop, Jul 29, 2016.
Regional dialect, I guess. I had no idea what a weedeater was until I saw the pic. That, my friend, is a weed whacker. It whacks. It does not eat.
It the branding thing. Weedeater up here is the same as Kleenex. A very common brand name that gets applied to items of the same purpose.
I thought this was gonna be about two lesbians.
I just spent 2 hours cleaning the carb, replacing the fuel lines, filters & spark plug on a borrowed Ryobi whacker.
Put it back together, started to prime it & the foogin' priming bubble split :/
Just talked to me brother, who borrowed it from his friend. Dude bought it for $5 at a garage sale. I've dumped $45 & 2 hours of my life into it.
That makes sense. I didn't know it was a brand name.
Edit: Makes even more sense after I think about it a second. I thought "Kubota" was a non English language word for "tractor" until I was in my teens. The old man had one he painted without the brand name on the side and he always referenced, "the Kubota" when he told me to do something.
I'm just digging that you were inside chillin and reclining while she was out weed-eating
I did the same kinda fix once, except I used 1/6 aircraft cable that I had kicking around. That stuff lasted forever.
How about some thicker diameter safety wire and a set of twisting pliers??
Pics of weed walking girlfriend posted yet?
And she is 100% my pit boss. All she wants to know is what tire pressure I want. I never worry about anything else. Warmers, stands, sandwiches, drinks, fans, fuel, the complete ordeal, she does. She loves it as much as I.
OK... OK... I'll make sandwiches for everyone!
You cod whackers...
Stab him with a fork. He likes it.
You done did it now...
drop, run while you can!
Maybe a vitamix
Separate names with a comma.