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    Being a good husband

    Ok, so we are STILL remodeling and my wife is cutting and putting up the small pieces of drywall while I am at work. I called home and told her I bought her something that she is really going to like, of course I didn't tell her what it was.

    His and Her utility knives. I'm such a good husband.
    Model 10035L, all with retractable blade, belt clip, rapid load blade change and 3 blades.

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    That woman is a saint to put up with you, or is it the large insurance policy you have?

    I saw those knives in the store, please review after you and her use them some.
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    you may want to give hers to her with out the blade initially.
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    And they say romance is dead.
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    What a thoughtful husband. She's very lucky to have you.
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    It was one of those things where money was no object.

    I keep tell ya Kennyd it's the other way around!

    No way rgd, take the chance of no work getting done while I'm at work, no way. Besides, I'm still alive this morning.

    "What a thoughtful husband. She's very lucky to have you." There ya go!

    We got so sick of taking the screw out of the old utility knife to change a blade, especially late in the day. I would drop the screw, half the knife or worse all the blades stored in the the knife itself. Decided to splurge.
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    If you have a woman that can hang drywall, then she'll especially appreciate how well those knives can skin 'possums. Be sure to mention that! My wife seems to be drawn to poking holes INTO drywall or getting me to do it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by HydroHarold View Post
    If you have a woman that can hang drywall, then she'll especially appreciate how well those knives can skin 'possums. Be sure to mention that! My wife seems to be drawn to poking holes INTO drywall or getting me to do it...
    Actually she is better at the finishing part, the taping, compound, sanding and painting. The wife is darn good with a landscape rake also. I guess she likes all the finish work. However she has helped field dress deer and help skin them but never a possum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    And they say romance is dead.
    This is damn funny!
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