Need A Handyman For Help Around The House? [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago Funny

"Call Mr. Fix It, that"s his name, that name again is Mr. Fix It."
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Female 45
it`s macgyver.:D
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Male 205
PermaFrost: "(Witty comment. Complete with proper punctuation, relevance, sarcasm, and sense of superiortiy.)"
... and only a minor spelling error.)
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Male 807
isnt it kind of funny how no one made the simpsons reference until after i made it first
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Male 17
Sense of WHAT? What the hell is superiortiy?
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Female 141
(Witty comment. Complete with proper punctuation, relevance, sarcasm, and sense of superiortiy.)
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Female 956
coodude... *giggles*
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Male 1,043
First fix yur buttcrack
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Male 5,194
vv And that rust spot. Notice his "Mr. Bean" repair to the lock.
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Male 1,067
I love "Mr. Fix It" `s brilliant display of fixing his van window with a bit of wood. Fantastic work, he can come and undertake all general handy man duties here any day.
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Female 365
Homer Simpson eat your heart out!
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Male 340
"i hate the internet because you can never tell when i`m a) quoting someone else, then replying to it, or b) being serious, or conversely, sarcastic. i know very well how to use quotes for comedic purposes seeing as i`m over eight years old. derpa-durr."


Are you being sarcastic?

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Male 437
or call their male stripper service "Mr. F(replace I with U)x it"
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Female 15
omg why do you people get on here to argue about this crap... just say funny or not funny or ur little comment and keep it movin...
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Female 1,593
The shoemaker`s children never have any shoes.
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Female 15,763
"guys, i was agreeing with you. -_-;"

Um... I knew that. All along. Yup. Just testing you. You passed! Continue on your way, good citizen...

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Female 1,077
(meant to put this; habitually pushed enter before doing it)
i hate the internet because you can never tell when i`m a) quoting someone else, then replying to it, or b) being serious, or conversely, sarcastic. i know very well how to use quotes for comedic purposes seeing as i`m over eight years old. derpa-durr.
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Female 1,077
guys, i was agreeing with you. -_-;
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Male 670
He`s so busy fixing other people`s junk that he doesn`t have time to fix his own. What a dedicated man.
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Male 420
looks to me that he fixed it pretty damn well
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Male 5,190
He needs to fix it.
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Male 612
I bet he is very good at what he does whatever that may be...
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Female 3,562
I believe that`s the name of the van itself, rather than the business.
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Male 619
All that puncsiasons just feet and inches to me.
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Male 795
There is way too much intelligence in this thread for me to get involv.... oh wait..... "too late".
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Female 15,763
Eeeexactly, Lando. Air quotes! And in Mr. Fix-It`s case, it`s dramatic irony in his apparent failure to understand the message he has conveyed to us, the audience.

Let me guess, haven`t graduated yet, Vindi?

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Female 198
lolz
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Male 2,579
I bet he does work at a discount.
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Male 25,416
looks legit! didnt say fix it well did they?
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Male 1,590
Apparently, his skills don`t extend into the realm of auto repair.
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Male 3,842
Vindictive
Female, 13-17, Midwest US
444 Posts Wednesday, January 20, 2010 2:10:28 PM
quotations dont question validity or inject irony.
lemme guess: public school, right?


Yes they do. Here`s an example:

A man and a prostitute ask for a hotel room for one hour. Man claims prostitute is his sister.
Hotel desk clerk says: I hope you and your "sister" have a nice time.

He would make the quotation marks in the air with his fingers

Same thing a stripper`s parents telling their friends that she is a "dancer"

This is the same thing "Mr-Fix-It" is doing with the quotation marks, casting doubt on whether he is really able to fix anything.

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Female 3,828
now i have the " mr. plow" song in my head
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Male 798
Idk, looks legit...
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Female 1,077
quotations dont question validity or inject irony.

lemme guess: public school, right?

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Female 9,402
I saw this on another site, but I`m not complaining because I love it!
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Male 1,351
Ouch, that stung.
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Female 15,763
Not when using them for comedic purposes, Kaid. For example, I could say that your "intelligence" is about as extensive as your post count.

Don`t be so obvious!

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Male 42
opie quotations dont question validity or inject irony they tell you "This is what i said"
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Male 3,842
Mr. Fix It? I have a broken window, can you...nevermind.
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Male 807
i dont get it but i do like the SIMPSONS parody
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Male 575
Hey mister fix-it, it feels good! Fixing all the girls in the neighbourhood!
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Male 50
Yeah okay he`s on his way to the garage to fix his car. Don`t get it...
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Female 15,763
Dear World,

Quotations do not put emphasis on your words, they question validity... though in your case, they inject irony.

Thank you.

Sincerely, Punctuation.

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Male 19,854
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