Sounds like you know how to sew then. You don’t need to use a machine to sew. Some needle and threat will probably do for any simple old patch up.
Sounds like you can get the job done. Oddly enough I worked for a company that sold uniforms. The seamstresses were not in on Saturday so I learned how to finish bottoms and could take in a waist if I had to.
Yeah I just don't know the best way to do it or if it's very reliable when I get done 😂@exitseven that's the best way to learn!
Thats shocking, though in fairness if throwing grenades by hand was enough we wouldn't have developed the grenade launcher.
@Guffrus Yeah, though it isn't like you need to throw a grenade far in CQB when you would actually need to throw flashbangs or teargas anyway. Shooting, choking, and knives I do fine with, and as you said, there are grenade launchers, more importantly claymores as well, so not knowing how to throw or catch isn't that big a deal if you aren't into sports.Also living in a not war-torn country it isn't like needing to throw grenades is a skill that's needed on a daily anyway. Just learning it at about the same speed as a 5 year old girl is fine lol
My mother also had a severe fear of water, she didn’t want that for me. She had me in swimming lessons from the time I was a baby. I ended up on the swim team and I was a lifeguard.
Considering how intelligent and well rounded you are I am a little surprised at that.
Everyone has their surprises!
I have tried to learn the backstroke and I can do it a bit but I would not trust that to save myself if I was in the water.
I am still recovering from surgery or else I would teach you. I got my senior lifesaving badge in college.
Thanks for MHO!
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I am recovering from surgery or else I would teach you how to do both.
I was hitchhiking one day and a car stopped ahead so I assumed he was stopping to give me a ride. I jump in the passenger's seat and the driver was a guy in his 30's. I thanked him for picking me up. He said he was not picking me up, he had a flat tire. I told him I would change it for him if he would give me a ride. So he agreed. We opened the trunk and I took out the spare and the jack and then I realized that I did not know how to change a tire. So that day, that guy showed me how to do it, than he graciously drove me to my destination,
Awwww! Lol! That’s sweet. I video taped my dad changing a tire for my drivers ed final project and the teacher kept it and showed it to subsequent classes. I heard this from my friend’s little sister.
True story... I have no clue where our spare tire even is
It's either under the back of your car or in your trunk , under the carpet. The jack should also be with the tire if it's under the carpet
Nope neither of those I dont think. Its definitely not on the back and im pretty sure there is no way it could be in the trunk since it has 3rd row seating
What type make and model car
Uhhhh... a charcoal grey one. Kinda big has a sunroof. Iunno
Hahaha. That narrowed it down a bit. Check underneath the car in the back the next time you go out.
I found out. Its a Chrysler pacifica
Either your spare tire or tire sealant and inflator is located in the rear of the car on the left side behind the panel.
Uh... there is a net over there so maybe? Look i barely know where to put the gas in it
I'm just trying to help you out, that's all. This way if you ever got a flat tire you know where to look. I hope you don't think I'm trying to make fun of you or anything like that. I'd never do that.
Whenever I see a guy on his lawn tractor wit ha kid on his lap I want to get out of my car and go over and slap him.
I had to teach my wife how to drive my lawn mower because I would be unable to do it after I had surgery. Now she likes it so much I may never get to ride on my lawn mower again.
Haha! Well that was unexpected.
I can't do that either.
@DarkCarousel I wonder if it has it's song as well
@NathanDavis I was curious about this and sort of fell down a rabbit hole trying wrack my brain about why we struggle to spell the alphabet backwards. Apparently the alphabet was originally set to that particular melody in the 1830s to make it easier for memorization. I think it legitimately comes down to having memorized the song repeatedly. If you take the melody of the song and attempt to fill in the letters backwards, it disrupts the the pattern that our brains are already familiar with. Like in the first part where you hold G for a longer beat, it seems so foreign to have a T in that place. Or the "lmno" part where it it seems to almost be sung in legato, as though it's one whole sound.ABCDEF, G... HIJK lmno P...ZYXWVU, T... RQPO nmlk J...Also, unlike a pattern or a rule of some sort, like in math, there's no equation to follow or commutative property that allows us to easy transpose letters to quickly. So basically it seems like if you wrote down the letters (for reference) and set it to a melody, you could eventually train your brain to sing them in backwards order. But as learning language is mostly exposure and repetition, it would just require some time.And then again, what's the point? A neat party trick, maybe. I say, just hand me the breathalyzer.
yes, I do not know much about social media.
"There's like electric rock guitars in this song. Maybe it's rock and roll or some type of metal or alternative or punk or something like that."
"This song has a very regular dance beat and lots of repetition. I'm also in a nightclub with blue lighting and lasers and smoke. Maybe it is trance or house or techno or something." Then I ask the DJ, "What's this? Is it trance?" And he's like, "It's deep progressive techno with a touch of [something I forgot]." Then I'm like, "Oh, okay! Got it." Then I'm more confused than before.
Then I talk to the people in the club like, "Hey, did you guys know this is deep-progressive techno with a touch of [I forgot but I remembered it back then because it was like 5 mins after the DJ told me]." Then they're like, "Yeah, duh!"
And then I'm like, "Oh all right. My bad. I thought it was hard to tell. I'm just here to pick up girls."
Do you have a diagnosis if you dont mind my asking?
@loves2learn Yeah, Bipolar, Schizo-effective disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Dissociation disorder.. I know this sounds strange I felt like one time I was a voice that existed and notmy whole body attached and this is scary?
@GoodGuyBreakingBad I can understand that. Sometimes I sit and think about what it means to be alive and it’s a lot to take in.
If I can do it anybody can.
Oh yes. When I was in basic training I used to catch a demerit every day because I never could figure out how to make the bed.
Finally I just started sleeping on top of the whole thing and just smoothing it out in the morning before roll call.
Got to improvise right. Overcome the problem
yes, but it was SanAntonio in the summertime and my body left a sweat stain where I laid.
I can’t whistle either!
I also love to learn. 🙃
@loves2learn I see what you just did there.
OMG! I finally found you, my soulmate 😅@loves2learn
I also don't know how to ice skate I'm a lousy tennis player and not only kind of that snow ski I also can't water ski. However I'm a world-class sailor.
I had a colleague that revealed to me that she could not ride a bike. She was from Haiti and I guess never had the opportunity to learn. One Saturday I went to her house and taught her how to do it. It was sort of fun and she was a quick learner. She was about your age too. It is never too late.
I just bought a bike and a helmet. I plan to work on it every Friday.
DM me for tips.
I can teach you that. Lol
I don’t know how to do that either.
I don’t know how to fish either.
can you blink?