ONE trick big tie doesn't want you to know!

Duke law, a best digital vegetation, that's ain't good for nothing! However. You never want to with those lone elec chickens, especially ones live on a boat. Look at this i've been opening up. My zip ties zap straps, like a sucker from the end, and then they go every words and then i look over at this guy because he stole all my zip ties.

He got me a costco size bag. Please elucidate your theory here: okay, so yeah, a good way to like go through zip ties is to have a big bag like that, because it tips over half ends up in the garbage. Perfect, it's perfect right! That's the way big zip tie wants you to do it. If you go right at the right side, it's a sweet spot, a bunch, no problem.

Nothing ever comes out of there, no matter what you do anyway, it falls doesn't matter but, like i said you just want to get it sort of in the corner, but not too far in the corner. You know what i'm saying brilliant look i'll put these back soon, i mean the price you paid for these trust me you're gon na want every last one.

By AvvE

9 thoughts on “#sharts | zip tie trick”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Anthony Meola says:

    I caught a 1-in corner off the bottom of the bag. Take one zip tie out wrapping around the bag. As you take zip ties in the bag empties you tighten that zip tie that's around the back and you never lose any and you can pick that up by that zip tie

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars chris sumner says:

    Wow. Such an amazing idea. Would be great if 99% of the population didn't already know about this.
    Are you going to show everyone what a cup is used for next.? Or a toilet.? Maybe even a door..? 🤔

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars benjamin hansen says:

    If you cut I across close to the top. You can use it as a lid. Best off both worlds 🤯 maybe not with the giant bag. But the one with a 100.
    Some zip ties actually comes with a hole already made with a resealable flap. But the apprentice just cuts the top off first chance he gets 🤨

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bill Griner says:

    Cut a triangle out of the middle edge and ty-wrap them just under the top of your 6ft ladder, you can reach under the top of your ladder and pull out however many you need at the time. Works better with 100packs though

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars boomerangfreak says:

    I dunno I always get them out of the bag and tie them in a bundle with one of the straps. Just cut the bag out of the picture completely!
    They're easily accessible and pack away neatly without any extra loose plastic bags.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Dave Wood says:

    This is true zip tie knowledge. I've lost my shit at least a couple times at dummies that cut open the bag on the end. I mean completely unreasonable and lacking perspective mad. I don't regret it a bit.

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Patrick Roher says:

    I leave my zip ties in back of the shop on the hot asphalt.
    I don't know why I do that.
    I need zip tie legislation that's what I need.
    Good old fashion corporatism.
    Once again just typing s*** and hoping for the best.

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mike Ochtman says:

    I had a contractor teach me this trick back in '89 when I hadn't broken my first sidecutter yet. I try to teach everyone I work with, but it usually falls on deaf ears. It's hard to find good help.

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Brewbug says:

    Here in Europe every zip tie pack has that hole in the side. It’s the law. Size-standards per zip tie gauge. We’ve been laughing at you Canericans’ primitive zip tie legislation since 1957. Big Zip Tie has been eating you alive. We’re worried though about our UK neighbours since Brexit, every one knows that ain’t gonna end well. They’re back to being BZT fodder all over again. Poor sods.

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