I was sitting in the garage one day, having an argument with my boyfriend over a flat-head screwdriver.
He told me that I should get a flathead, so I did.
He didn’t want to buy me a new one.
Instead, I got a set of screws, the kind that would make a car door pop out of the ground.
A few months later, I went back to the same shop to have the flathead installed and I was told by the salesperson that it would cost me around $300.
It cost me $10.
In fact, I spent a bit over $300 for the flat-headed screwdriver, the sort of thing that would have been worth about $40 in the first place.
But then I realized what it was doing to me.
The reason I was having an emotional outbursts about the product was because I was so angry at myself for spending so much money on something that seemed to me a waste of money.
Now, I’d been using the same screwdriver for years.
I just hadn’t been using it properly.
When I first started learning how to use the screwdriver in the early ’90s, I was a pretty good carpenter.
I had a pretty sharp mind and had the ability to use a screwdriver like a hammer.
And I did all of that with the help of a friend who, like me, was using the screwdrivers for about four years before I became aware of the fact that they had a certain “noise” to them.
I started to notice a few things about the screwhead when I first began to build cars.
One was that the screws were a bit short, a little bit thinner than the heads.
This made them difficult to sharpen, and it made them a little harder to work with, too.
And the next thing that jumped out at me was that there was something about them that was slightly different than what I was used to.
The screws were not as thin as I remembered.
They were longer, too, and had a bit more “shallow” end, which makes it easier to work through.
My friend, on the other hand, said that there were two things about them I didn’t like about them.
The first was that they were not sharp enough.
I thought that was a good thing because they could be used to cut wood, but I also realized that, if I was using a screw to drill holes for screws, then I was cutting the wood, not the screw. So I didn