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timegnomez

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Date Signed Up:11/12/2011
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#8 - Bam sauce  [+] (4 replies) 09/21/2015 on Exactly what you've expected +49
#51 - aholyman (09/21/2015) [-]
shuffling with fedora
#41 - bemmo (09/21/2015) [-]
*4x4 drives past*
"YEEEAAAAAAH!"
Their faces when
#36 - cheno (09/21/2015) [-]
>Not shuffling to hardstyle

heresy
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#13 - zonryu (09/21/2015) [-]
neat
#124 - Found her:  [+] (1 reply) 09/14/2015 on Itsatrap.jpeg 0
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#174 - xgeneration (09/14/2015) [-]
Browsed her youtube, jesus christ she's so fucking annoying now.
#8 - Key ways only on the outside and a deadbolt gets turned from t…  [+] (2 replies) 09/11/2015 on No need to thank me... +1
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#10 - denniswilles (09/11/2015) [-]
European here, we have both. Outside you have two keyholes, one faces the deadbolt. While I'm inside at night I also lock the normal keyhole, though. Takes 2 seconds and I'd rather be safe than sorry.
#9 - oxidoferroso (09/11/2015) [-]
Ohh, nice. I never thought on how you guys locked from the inside.
I guess it's true that you learn something new everyday. Thanks for explaining it to me brokentrucker
#5 - European I'm guessing then? We only use deadbolts for homes he…  [+] (5 replies) 09/11/2015 on No need to thank me... 0
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#6 - oxidoferroso (09/11/2015) [-]
You guessed right. Don't you lock the door with keys when you are out? Why don't you do it from inside too? I think it's safer, not that I live in a shit niggerhood but still.
#8 - timegnomez (09/11/2015) [-]
Key ways only on the outside and a deadbolt gets turned from the inside no key needed. Most homes have two locks on outside facing doors the knob and the deadbolt. IMO a deadbolt with a strike plates better then any built in knob.
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#10 - denniswilles (09/11/2015) [-]
European here, we have both. Outside you have two keyholes, one faces the deadbolt. While I'm inside at night I also lock the normal keyhole, though. Takes 2 seconds and I'd rather be safe than sorry.
#9 - oxidoferroso (09/11/2015) [-]
Ohh, nice. I never thought on how you guys locked from the inside.
I guess it's true that you learn something new everyday. Thanks for explaining it to me brokentrucker
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#7 - brokentrucker (09/11/2015) [-]
Our locks don't have keyholes on the inside. It's a little thing you turn, typically, that engages the lock. Keyhole is outside.
#3 - This gif bugs me since who needs to unlock the door with a key…  [+] (7 replies) 09/11/2015 on No need to thank me... 0
#4 - oxidoferroso (09/11/2015) [-]
eeeeeh, in my home we lock with key the door from inside at night, so....
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#5 - timegnomez (09/11/2015) [-]
European I'm guessing then? We only use deadbolts for homes here mainly. Businesses are a different story though.
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#6 - oxidoferroso (09/11/2015) [-]
You guessed right. Don't you lock the door with keys when you are out? Why don't you do it from inside too? I think it's safer, not that I live in a shit niggerhood but still.
#8 - timegnomez (09/11/2015) [-]
Key ways only on the outside and a deadbolt gets turned from the inside no key needed. Most homes have two locks on outside facing doors the knob and the deadbolt. IMO a deadbolt with a strike plates better then any built in knob.
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#10 - denniswilles (09/11/2015) [-]
European here, we have both. Outside you have two keyholes, one faces the deadbolt. While I'm inside at night I also lock the normal keyhole, though. Takes 2 seconds and I'd rather be safe than sorry.
#9 - oxidoferroso (09/11/2015) [-]
Ohh, nice. I never thought on how you guys locked from the inside.
I guess it's true that you learn something new everyday. Thanks for explaining it to me brokentrucker
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#7 - brokentrucker (09/11/2015) [-]
Our locks don't have keyholes on the inside. It's a little thing you turn, typically, that engages the lock. Keyhole is outside.
#29 - Allan Allan Allan  [+] (2 replies) 08/22/2015 on yup +5
#32 - kamehameleon (08/23/2015) [-]
Steve Steve Steve
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#36 - stuartbewbzz (08/23/2015) [-]
Reading? Alan........... Steve!