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VictorR

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Luca

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It’s so nice to see that I’m not the only mid size girl who dresses like this and loves the early 2000s aesthetic.
This is awesome!

 

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I'm from the other end of the spectrum.
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Several women yelling and screaming in extremely aggressive tones, what the hell is going on out there?

Then the penny dropped, women's football team has started training again for the new season. :)
 

maycontainthunder

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You don’t need math for that! All you need to do is buy a set of metric wrenches and they aren’t even that hard to find or to buy here in the US. My dad has about five or six different sets of metric wrenches.
Speaking from experience the need for a weird size wrench/spanner always occurs when no shops are open!
 

Shevek

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You don’t need math for that! All you need to do is buy a set of metric wrenches and they aren’t even that hard to find or to buy here in the US. My dad has about five or six different sets of metric wrenches.
Are the wrench sets on sale in your driveway for less than ten cents?
 

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I'm from the other end of the spectrum.
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I had an old German mate that told me in Germany a shifting spanner is called an Englander. He said only the Poms could invent a spanner that buggers every nut you use it on and yet no toolkit is complete without one. :)
 

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