Well damn that sure is easier then trying to hold it to only end up hitting your hand.
I’ve used a clothespin before.
To hammer all the way down, I’ve used a pair of pliers. 😉 🙂 😀 😛
I think that is a whole lot smarter than hitting your fingers!!
If that’s what was handy, it’s a pretty good idea
How bad at aiming a hammer do you have to be to have to resort to this to set a nail? Sure I’ve seen needle nose to hold the nail in spots were it’s to tight to get your fingers in there, but this is ridiculous. And why would you need to use pliers to nail it all the way down? You only need to get a tiny fraction of the tip in for the nail to hold itself for the rest of the nailing.
@Biff- maybe if their fingers were as small as your d#ck, but someone with arthritis can’t tightly grasp something small, again, like your d#ck, so the comb – an old-school handy trick – is a useful tool that doesn’t take up much room in the tool box, and is easy to use.
@”Enter your name”- If anybody would know about d#cks it would be you, since you are nothing but a D#ck. But setting aside your d#ckheaded way of responding, you do make a good point about people with arthritis. I’d not thought of that. In the future you could try answering an honest question with the relevant info without being a D#ckhead about it.
I happen to have arthritis and have no problem holding a nail long enough to get it set.
…or my d#ck.
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