So my set of hex keys is loose, so I need to tighten them.
Guess what I need to tighten them…
For a second there I thought you were selling a Werrd JP Irony.
One you being from Australia.
Two because you used irony in the title.
That’s real funny. MacGyver; using only a: paper clip, yogurt cup and a gym sock; can make an Atomic weapon. And ‘you’ can even figure out how to tighten up an Allen screw fastener.
Use your teeth; mannnn!
Your total lack of ingenuity is very disheartening.
There are only 3 Officialy recognized ‘Thunders from Down Under: Ben Mcfee, Stuart Brown and you. The only 3 people almost Totally representing the Australian Continent.
Sadly, this self confessed shortfall in your creative abilities; is adequate evidence to constitute removal of your Status.
You are now ‘Thunder-free’.
Certainly a crushing blow to Humanity.
That’s how they get you to buy two sets of Allan wrenches. Brilliant (and obnoxious) marketing.
I would put some thread lock on those bad boys for good measure
I just checked and mine are the same. They are Husky brand. You can tighten the metric with SAE and visa versa
Hahahaha. Not a hard problem to solve, but I found it very funny.
I have approximately 1.7 gazillion hex keys. When you are a man who buys tools, you accumulate a lot of them because many of them are included with things like like drill presses, router tables, lathes, scroll chucks, circle cutters, bandsaws … Heck, just about any serious tool you can buy (as you well know @yoyodoc).
What if I owned only this set? Now that would be very funny to have to buy a hex key to tighten my hex keys.
I find it hilarious that it’s suggested here that I’m having trouble knowing how to solve this problem and need help.
That actually made my day.
Yes, I’ve found that
Remember, Righty tighty, Lefty loosey
I would probably that that is just a pain in the arse rather than being ironic
I believe it qualifies as irony.