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Thread: Video: Finally: How to Roll Up An Extension Cord

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    Default Video: Finally: How to Roll Up An Extension Cord


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    This is actually how you do it; this is not Rip being a fussy, picky asshole. This is how all of us fussy, picky assholes wish you'd wrap our cables all the time.

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    My dad always did it like this and I just copied off him cos he could do it quickly and that impressed young ol' me. Been doing it like that all my life.

    Admittedly, that's not that long. But still. I'm pretty amazing. Hold your applause.

    And laughter.

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    Former stage tech here. That's a nice coil.

    And if you do the forearm criss-cross wrap, that's bad too. Learn to over/under.

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    Wait, not everyone coils them that way?

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    Click bait!!!! I got sucked in by the beautiful dog posing near the extension cord, and I expected more dog. What a good looking dog.
    Many years ago beautiful women posing would get me to buy anything. Now its dogs. Great pic of the dog.

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    From what I hear, what WFAC really needs, though, is a video on how to replace the toilet paper roll correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I_iz_a_fatass View Post
    Wait, not everyone coils them that way?
    But they should.

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    A better way is the over/under method. It doesn’t depend on accumulated twisting of the cable.

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    When I took up rock climbing in 1968 this is how I learned to coil a rope. Little things make life easier.

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