Thursday, December 29, 2005

DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME...

No, really, don't NEVER EVER try this at home kids.  This is what is left of my camera lens after Dickidoo tried to fix it.  There was a happy ending to this story though, Dickidoo ended up buying me a new lens as a belated Christmas present.  Yay Dickidoo!  Thank you!  By the way, could you fix my sewing machine too? Its over 10 years old and could use a tune-up.  (wink wink!)

8 comments:

jaxnan said...

Hmmmmm, this kinda reminds me of when my husband tried to fix the clicker to my car.

mutualaide said...

The silver lining?  I am fortunate to have an in-house fix it machine.  The flip side of that is getting in line to get something fixed.  Actually there's another flip side -- it's hard to get something new!  

deslily said...

Just but looking i would say that "surgery" is not Dick Doo's forte!  heh.. wild guess.

ldybg0069 said...

HEY I WAS WONDERING IF DICKADOO WAS AVAILABLE TO FIX MY STOVE OR MY CAR OR THE NOISY DRYER  NO GUARATEES NEEDED OR REFERENCES FOR THAT MATTER AND THEN I'LL JUST HAVE MY REDNECK W/O A CLUE PURCHASE NEW ONES  THANKS, WOMAN WITHOUT ONE WORKING THING IN HER HOUSE.   LOL
>(::)

astaryth said...

So, which lense did you get?? The standard one that came with your camera or a cooler one??? Inquiring minds want to know <g>

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sdoscher458 said...

Oh lord it looks familiar Joe can put a wall up with no problem, but take something like that apart and put it back together? He always has "extra" pieces - he tries to convince me that "they really aren't necessary".....Happy New Year to you guys...Sandi

lacaza3 said...

well he tried to fix it....lol Happy new year
Donna in texas

cneinhorn said...

Yikes!  Glad he bought you a new lens though!