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Have you ever wondered how you’d survive without a man to attend to the odd jobs around the house? Have you ever wished you knew how to put up a shelf or check the oil in your car? And, more importantly, not have to call a man around to help? Then this is the book for you! From changing a car tire and checking brake fluid and coolant to building a campfire, Screw It! feat Have you ever wondered how you’d survive without a man to attend to the odd jobs around the house? Have you ever wished you knew how to put up a shelf or check the oil in your car? And, more importantly, not have to call a man around to help? Then this is the book for you! From changing a car tire and checking brake fluid and coolant to building a campfire, Screw It! features traditionally male skills to help you learn invaluable information. Divided into sections focusing on vehicle maintenance, the home, the garden, and the great outdoors, each task is concisely explained and accompanied by beautifully illustrated instructions. Never again will you need to rely on men! This essential guide will help you become a completely self-sufficient and independent woman in today’s world.


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Have you ever wondered how you’d survive without a man to attend to the odd jobs around the house? Have you ever wished you knew how to put up a shelf or check the oil in your car? And, more importantly, not have to call a man around to help? Then this is the book for you! From changing a car tire and checking brake fluid and coolant to building a campfire, Screw It! feat Have you ever wondered how you’d survive without a man to attend to the odd jobs around the house? Have you ever wished you knew how to put up a shelf or check the oil in your car? And, more importantly, not have to call a man around to help? Then this is the book for you! From changing a car tire and checking brake fluid and coolant to building a campfire, Screw It! features traditionally male skills to help you learn invaluable information. Divided into sections focusing on vehicle maintenance, the home, the garden, and the great outdoors, each task is concisely explained and accompanied by beautifully illustrated instructions. Never again will you need to rely on men! This essential guide will help you become a completely self-sufficient and independent woman in today’s world.

35 review for Screw It!: Traditional Male Skills That Everyone Should Know

  1. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Thorne

    A pretty good little guide. I was hoping to learn a bit more than I did, I found myself just saying, "Yeah, yup, done that." In pretty much every chapter. Then again. I grew up doing construction. I'll never forget the absolute record scratch moment when I was told most people don't have nail guns lying around. Bit of culture shock I suppose. But yeah. I know a few people (of various genders) who could do to brush up on these skills. I still splutter when a full grown adult admits to me that the A pretty good little guide. I was hoping to learn a bit more than I did, I found myself just saying, "Yeah, yup, done that." In pretty much every chapter. Then again. I grew up doing construction. I'll never forget the absolute record scratch moment when I was told most people don't have nail guns lying around. Bit of culture shock I suppose. But yeah. I know a few people (of various genders) who could do to brush up on these skills. I still splutter when a full grown adult admits to me that they don't know how to change a tire. Or that something they hung looks really crooked, but it's level! They checked! 3 times! With 3 different... phones...

  2. 5 out of 5

    Evalina

    This is great information presented in an entertaining and clear manner.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Peter Geyer

    I bought this because as I describe myself as "having failed male school" which means in part that tools are not part of my trade. I can't work out whether this is an attempt at humour or not, as the tasks described are far beyond any male I know, including my late father who was vary proficient at tools. They're even beyond the talents of some females I've had the privilege to know, who were adept with tools. So I remain bewildered and wonder who the book is aimed at. A DIY person perhaps? I bought this because as I describe myself as "having failed male school" which means in part that tools are not part of my trade. I can't work out whether this is an attempt at humour or not, as the tasks described are far beyond any male I know, including my late father who was vary proficient at tools. They're even beyond the talents of some females I've had the privilege to know, who were adept with tools. So I remain bewildered and wonder who the book is aimed at. A DIY person perhaps?

  4. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Radu

    I got this book in a Christmas gift exchange and read it while I was waiting for a book I bought to be delivered. If you need help with one of these tasks, look it up on YouTube

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