DIY Forum

  • Yes a cracking idea

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  • No can't be arrsed

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Looking at the people who traverse through this site, would it be a good idea to have a forum which captures the essence of DIY?

Ranging from:

Q&A section Electrics, plumbing, heating, brickying, welding etc

Classic cars and car repairs

Where to buy tools, which tools to buy and rating them

A photo gallery of projects completed or just started

Help section

Having 3 women in my house I find nothing but peace when I am pottering in my garage.

Please vote accordingly



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Bloody awful idea in my opinion but it's not my decision so voted accordingly.
You can save yourself a few quid looking at them DIY forums, although I wouldnt advise anyone touching electrics, gas or central heating unless you know what your doing, Ive even been on forums about car servicing and been able to print a servicing schedule for my pick-up.
Volunteer said:
Such a forum does not readily appeal to me, so I voted agin.

It might attract REME walts, though. :wink:
Nice try, I think the RE trade groups are probably more relevant though.


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Only if it contains sheds.
I'd be happy to see one, if for no other reason than to guide and advise someone to an untimely death caused by following my tips of spark plug repair/replacement using kit kat wrappers and paperclips.


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I think a thread on oanism would go down well on Arrse. After all there are plenty of wankers :wink:
OK, seems like I have no choice. DIY there will be shortly after I post this. Thanks for the idea Bipolar.
as some one else said,,as long as its done in the shed :)
Ok, i can change a plug, wire a light fitting up, do small bits of plastering and plumbing, decorate and i know my way round a hammer drill...but the central heating timer beats me every time :oops:
So its an aye from me :D
talking about DIY and you know my stepdad made a rocking horse in his shed.. no ? well i told you anyway :) :twisted:
plaster said:
as some one else said,,as long as its done in the shed :)
What goes on in the shed stays in the shed!!!
I thought it was going to be a thread on the other sort of DIY! :wink:

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