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    Things I have learned from being the daughter of a Machinest/mechanic/car guy

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    Maplewind
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    Things I have learned from being the daughter of a Machinest/mechanic/car guy

    Post by Maplewind on Thu Aug 22, 2013 2:45 pm

    Things I have learned from being the daughter of a Machinist/Mechanic/car guy

    It is not uncommon to find pieces of scrap metal in your socks

    If there is any type of tool on the kitchen table that you don't know what it is, leave it there. Chances are, it's important.

    Drill bits are much more complicated than at first glance.

    Some really tiny tools can cost $400. Some big tools can cost only $50.

    You get used to random objects laying around the back yard that most people wouldn't even have a spare of.

    When a few people get really into car talk, it begins to sound like a foreign language except for the occasional “If, and, a, then, but,” and “When”

    You end up going to the races more times than any other girl in your school.

    You just plain don't appreciate cars even though your dad is obsessed with them.

    My Dad is a walking, talking, mechanics dictionary. If you ask a simple question like “Hey dad, How do you program that computer to do that pattern thingy?” he'll not only give you the answer, but also how the machine works, show you a ton of complicated steps on how to program it, etc.

    You learn quickly that a CNC is a REALLY REALLY big computer basically.

    Your first baby swing was on an engine hoist

    If a package comes in the mail, 99.9% of the time it's for the shop.
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    Re: Things I have learned from being the daughter of a Machinest/mechanic/car guy

    Post by Mistystar on Thu Aug 22, 2013 3:57 pm

    Haha that's really funny!
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    Re: Things I have learned from being the daughter of a Machinest/mechanic/car guy

    Post by Skyleaf on Thu Aug 22, 2013 4:49 pm

    Is this a story?


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    Re: Things I have learned from being the daughter of a Machinest/mechanic/car guy

    Post by Mistystar on Thu Aug 22, 2013 5:01 pm

    Sort of, I think it's considered a short story. I've read stories like this.
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    Re: Things I have learned from being the daughter of a Machinest/mechanic/car guy

    Post by Maplewind on Thu Aug 22, 2013 5:08 pm

    I didn't know wether to put it in Stories or poems
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    Re: Things I have learned from being the daughter of a Machinest/mechanic/car guy

    Post by Skyleaf on Fri Aug 23, 2013 11:15 am

    Maybe you could put it in both.


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