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  1. Dec 30,  · If you're considering driving drywall screws with a cordless drill and a regular Phillips-bit driver, don't. Drywall screws have to be driven to exactly the right depth. Too shallow, and you won't be able to cover them with joint compound; too deep, and you'll break through the paper face of the drywall, which will give you ugly drywall screw.
  2. May 25,  · The biggest culture shock of my life happened when I was 8 years old. As far as experiences go, moving from the falling down shacks and hole-in-the-ground urinals of rural China to the skyscrapers and flushable toilets of Canada felt as alien to me as moving to the moon. My brain nearly exploded from all the new discoveries. I touched snow for the first time. I tasted this smelly, bitter.
  3. screw (someone)/that A rude and angry expression of disgust or dissatisfaction with someone or something, especially indicating that one doesn't want to be associated with the person or do the thing in question. A: "The manager said all staff have to be in tomorrow at 6 AM to help with the stock check." B: "Screw that! There's no way I'm coming in that.
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  6. Lag screws (US) or coach screws (UK, Australia, and New Zealand) (also referred to as lag bolts or coach bolts, although this is a misnomer) are large wood screws. The head is typically an external hex. Metric hex-headed lag screws are covered by DIN Inch square-headed and hex-headed lag screws are covered by ASME B
  7. It means ‘fuck you’ but is far more polite. It is used mostly to humorously show that you disagree with someone, or as an acknowledgement that someone has just made a joke at your expense. It might be funny, but it is still personal. ‘Screw you’ i.
  8. Grip-Rite #6 x 2 in. Philips Bugle-Head Coarse Thread Sharp Point Drywall Screws (1 lb. - Pack) Model# 2CDWS1 $ 4 38 $ 4 Schedule delivery. Set your store to see local availability Add to Cart. Compare. More Options Available. Rock-On #9 x /4 in. Serrated Head Star Drive Cement Board Screws (Pack) Model#

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