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18 minutes ago, Mordekyle said:

"In the shop" sounds foreign to me since I neither have a shop or work in one.

On the job or "at work" sounds more natural for those who work in the shop as well as for those who don't.


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Sounds like you need a shop ;)

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in the shop can and does mean more than one thing, without having to many it kinda covers a few of them.

my daughter is a dentist and over christmas we were all talking about teeth until my wife says" ok no more shop talk" so it can cover a whole bunch of categories....

then on the other hand I have a shop, but don't work   crazy ......

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I agree. A big mistake I see on forums are too many sub-forums, maybe a change of name but that's where it goes. "On the job" doesn't count something you did in the yard but who cares, no need to be specific. We don't correct each other's spelling either, you know what I mean? We're rather "lax" here.

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Sounds like you need a shop [emoji6]


You're absolutely right.

Interestingly enough, my wife is of the same opinion. Her van often gets displaced in the garage by trim boards being painted, stair stringers being built, or siding and shingles being stained.



All it takes is space, time, and money.

I've got the space. I can make the time, I don't want to spend the money yet.


I should probably finish my office first:

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