Not making myself heard when doing the deed. ;P
What wouldn't you use it for would be a shorter list.
just about everything...okay, maybe not everything, but it's always handy. <br />
One of the funniest uses I've seen in my lifetime/career, though, was when a diver brought his drysuit in to have me replace his neckseal that had a large tear in it, he had duct taped the neck back together and actually did a dive. It was a wet dive, but a dive nonetheless.
Where would the world be without duct tape, WD-40, and Vise-Grips?
To put over the mouths of the people I kidnap and hold hostage ... don't need thm screaming ...<br />
OK; Duct tape can be used to help cover leaks in hoses on your car ....
It's extended the life of many things for me ... pails, shoes, gloves, a temp fix to a tool, even last winter on a frigid day I tore my coveralls, out came the tape to get me through the day. It's also helped me keep something in place on a windy day or used as a tie down so things don't scatter when I'm hauling smaller pieces of material.
holding my boobs in when i go for a jog
i watched a show on tv , they used duct tape to cover a plane completely , the fuselage <br />
, the wings , just duct tape around the fr<x>ame , and it worked they flew the plane around<br />
a while i was surprised it held together
R@pe or Kidnappings?
I watched on the Discovery Ch Mythbusters do anything and all things with this stuff. Fantastic, I was amazed. But they did not explain how to make a fake d**k, Youn know some call that a d***o... This must scratch horribly ! ... LOL