One only needs two tools in life: WD-40 to make things go, and duct tape to make them stop.
How often have you observed people’s ability to take a perfectly ordinary utilitarian product and turn it into something quite extraordinary, or at the very least unexpected? You know, things like wine bottle corks that become bulletin boards, plastic milk jugs that are made into lamps… stuff like that. Another product that is very versatile and has been used to make all sorts of things is Duct Tape.
Duct Tape – I can’t picture a roll of it without thinking of The Red Green Show, specifically the segment called Handyman Corner. There wasn’t a thing Red couldn’t fix if he used enough rolls of Duct Tape. In one episode, he tried to duct tape the Ontario-Quebec border as a potential solution to Quebec separatism, (and who can dispute the fact that so far it has worked… )
The Car Guy and I got these wonderful duct tape gifts this year from the Middle Daughter and her husband. On the left is my shiny black purse, and on the right is his two tone wallet (complete with some Canadian Tire money.)
Personally, I will be making some sort of protective case for my new iPad2, perhaps using some of the features that Coregeek demonstrates in the iPad2 Duct Tape Folio Smart Case. It utilizes embedded magnets to take advantage of the magnetic properties of the iPad2.
Magnetism is one of the Six Fundamental Forces of the Universe, with the other five being Gravity, Duct Tape, Whining, Remote Control, and The Force That Pulls Dogs Toward The Groins Of Strangers.
My Similar Duct Tape Story: My Caption is in the Running - my duct tape reference for a caption contest