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Working on some gun parts trying to mark them. Spilled half a bottle of layout fluid in my lap.

There was no way to get to shower fast enough. Literally: Blue Balls.

I look like I had relations with a smurf.




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Pics or it..... nevermind. Sucks to be you Big Grin


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I spilled a bottle of red on the front porch while using it to mark my reloads for recovery at a match. Not much will take it out of concrete, but acetone is supposed to be what to use on other surfaces. Wife covered it up with a couple of cinder blocks.
 
 
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I wouldn't put acetone on my...well, you know!!
 
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So, was Smurfette any good? Big Grin
 
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So, was Smurfette any good? Big Grin


My wife was on the phone with her mom. Went down stairs and whipped it out. Should have seen her face. Big Grin




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Look on the bright side...if any of your wife's friends are getting married and need something blue you've got 'em covered!

Did you tell your wife the fabled condition is real and you need extra attention until the color goes back to normal?



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Blue Dykem ? is that an unhappy lesbian?
 
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Dykem is a brand of layout fluid. You brush it on the metal, let it dry, then use a tool to scratch whatever markings you need into the top of the part. It's a mainstay of the machining trades.

This is part of the reason why I keep a healthy supply of Sharpies around. For my relatively minimal metalworking needs it's cheaper and simpler because I always have other uses for permanent markers and it's really quite difficult to give myself literally blue balls. Razz


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Are you married? You could have a lot of fun messing with the Mrs.
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Made me think of this scene:



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Dykem is a brand of layout fluid. You brush it on the metal, let it dry, then use a tool to scratch whatever markings you need into the top of the part. It's a mainstay of the machining trades.

This is part of the reason why I keep a healthy supply of Sharpies around. For my relatively minimal metalworking needs it's cheaper and simpler because I always have other uses for permanent markers and it's really quite difficult to give myself literally blue balls. Razz


Ditto.



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It'll wear off. Oh, you're married.
 
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