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Old 09-25-2021, 08:47 PM   #1
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Good resting spot....tiring lugging it around though
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Hey.. it works for me... I have done this all my life.. if I only had a picture... I could have been famous.. oh and now I see why.. I never have a place to set anything down..
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Gosh....I always thought it was for a cold beer!! Of course, some ladders have that tray with a recessed circle that works so will for the big mug!
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Never stand on the top step, there's nothing to steady you.
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Never stand on the top step, there's nothing to steady you.

That very top part of the A-frame ladder is not called a step. It is a "dunlap". As you can see, his stomach dunlapped over it!
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That very top part of the A-frame ladder is not called a step. It is a "dunlap". As you can see, his stomach dunlapped over it!
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Oh, I always thought the top step was designed so that you wouldn't forget your hammer or drill. When you go to fold the ladder, it automatically reminds you where you left your tool by dropping it on the top of your head.

I always wondered why ladder manufacturers put the: "Do not Stand" sticker on the top of the ladder. Don't they know you can't read the label when your feet cover them? Sheesh.
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Oh, I always thought the top step was designed so that you wouldn't forget your hammer or drill. When you go to fold the ladder, it automatically reminds you where you left your tool by dropping it on the top of your head.

I always wondered why ladder manufacturers put the: "Do not Stand" sticker on the top of the ladder. Don't they know you can't read the label when your feet cover them? Sheesh.
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