No. Screwing involves another motion other than bang bang bang. :)

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LOL. For some reason that reminds me of the Irish guy I worked with who couldn't find his screwdriver and so he actually hammered the screws in ... lol. Some years later, a different place of work, and the guy I worked with asked me to pass his 'Paddy's screwdriver'; I had NO idea what he meant. He looked back, told me to hurry up and pass me his hammer ... LOL. Hammer = Paddy's screwdriver and it made me think back those years when I saw the guy hammering the screw home.<br />
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Well ... Let's put it this way. I watched the guy hammering the screw in, and I assure you that it went in good and tight *and* did the job of holding the timber fr<x>ame together. I'd say Yes... lol<br />
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But for how long??? Believe me I had paddy's plastering on the tiles in my bathroom, huge dollaps in each corner. Yes those tiles came off. Sorry but I was a theatre nurse ****** me off big time, I did my job well, no short cuts, no excuse for it.

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We built, basically, a box that would hang on the wall, but also support it's own weight. It stayed up! ... lol. It stayed up for as long as I could remember till I left the place ... LOL Of course you are right; was a bad (but comical) thing to do .. lol

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It's so hammered it won't be considering anything.

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if someone hammered my nail my whole finger would be screwed!

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