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Wrenchy Hamdriver

For the handiest of men.
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One end is a screwdriver. Flathead.

At the other end is a hammer. Regular.

Opposite the hammer is a wrench. Crescent.

It's a tool with three personalities. And a great smile.

nihilo, Jun 22 2006

Here she is. http://i5.tinypic.com/157i4nn.gif
The perfect gift for Mr. &/or Ms. Fix-it. [nihilo, Jun 22 2006]

Stanley's new Fubar Hammer http://www.stanleyt...ctional+Utility+Bar
Taking it in the opposite direction [NotTheSharpestSpoon, Jun 23 2006]


       Not daft enough, but well on way - needs more functions, (despite this I really like it - so +) and it has a worthy illustration.
xenzag, Jun 22 2006

       I like tools, but the screwdriver sticking out of the bottom looks like an accident waiting to happen, for me anyway, as I'm a bit clumsy with hammers.
xandram, Jun 22 2006

       If I can just get this damned screwdriver out of my liver, it's bread for you. *sssqqwelllccchhh* Yes. Good. Bun.
m_Al_com, Jun 22 2006

       And the batteries, where?
methinksnot, Jun 22 2006

       You're gonna want that screwdriver part be OTH (Out the Handle). It's the only way to go.
NotTheSharpestSpoon, Jun 23 2006

       Then it would be a "Switch Wrenchy Hamdriver".
methinksnot, Jun 23 2006

       Ha-ha, you guys. As much as it wrenches me to say it, you've got me nailed. I'm screwed.
nihilo, Jun 23 2006

       "Welcome to the Swiss Army building corps son, here's the last tool you'll ever need."   

       Have you seen the new Fubar from Stanley? Looks like something right off the halfbakery- except you don't have to blow it up first and there's no OTH tool blade.
NotTheSharpestSpoon, Jun 23 2006

       I showed the framing crew on my house an ad for the fubar. They thought it was cute, but a disaster waiting to happen. Too many sharpish edges in strange places.
Galbinus_Caeli, Jun 24 2006

       What? Are they afraid of too many big scary-wary sharp edges on their tools? Do they use Bob the Builder or Fisher-Price "My First Tool Set" tools? I mean really, they're grown -OW!
Excuse me, I just cut myself on my keyboard. I have to go to the hospital now and stop bleeding all over my computer.

       <mumbles with a bloody stump of hand in mouth>Damn sharp edges, sticking out of strange places like that, someone could get hurt.
NotTheSharpestSpoon, Jun 25 2006

       i never seem to cut myself with sharp edges. it's always the dull or rounded edges and corners that get me. with that i mind, this would be the perfect tool for me.
tcarson, Jun 25 2006


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