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    Default 3 things that a Welder can not fix.

    There are at least 3 things that a welder can not fix;


    A Plumbers Crack, The Crack of Dawn or a Broken Heart...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonL View Post
    There are at least 3 things that a welder can not fix;


    A Plumbers Crack, The Crack of Dawn or a Broken Heart...

    But the plumber's crack can be fixed with crack spackle, and might work on Dawn too. I've seen some plumbersthat could temporarily fix a broken heart, but there was a fee involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobL43 View Post
    But the plumber's crack can be fixed with crack spackle, and might work on Dawn too. I've seen some plumbersthat could temporarily fix a broken heart, but there was a fee involved.
    I bet there are a lot of Welders that would try to fix this Plumbers Crack all day long for Free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonL View Post
    I bet there are a lot of Welders that would try to fix this Plumbers Crack all day long for Free.

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    Actually Don, that one looks fine just as it is. very fine
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    One question that I have never got an answer to is "Why is it ALWAYS the plumber's crack?" I have never had a problem with mine, (I keep my shirt tail tucked in), and I am sure AC men and electricians also "bend over" while working.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hj View Post
    One question that I have never got an answer to is "Why is it ALWAYS the plumber's crack?" I have never had a problem with mine, (I keep my shirt tail tucked in), and I am sure AC men and electricians also "bend over" while working.
    For the same reason anybody who develops a cyst in the back of their leg bahind the knee joint has a "baker's cyst"
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    The welder on Flashdance (Jennifer Beals) could fix a broken heart. She could break a lot of hearts too.



    Around here we don't call it a plumber's crack, we call it butt cleavage.

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