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Q: According to Men’s Health, 14% of guys have recently tried to do this by themselves?
Q: According to Men’s Health, 14% of guys have recently tried to do this by themselves?

A: repair their car

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(Men’s Health) Scientists say do it yourself skills will vanish by 2048, help save men from extinction. Here’s what Men’s Health The Above-Average Guy reports these facts about hardware:

  • 37% of handymen flip on home improvement TV shows for do-it-yourself tips.
  • 50% of men under the age of 35 can not wire an outlet.
  • 10% of cars on the road are illuminated with “check engine” lights.
  • 12% of men have tried a recent car repair themselves.
  • 22% of guys have at least one broke appliance in their house.
  • 44% would rather buy a new appliance than fix the old one.
  • 10% of amateur project go wrong.
  • Duct Tape is a guys favorite jerry-rigging tool.

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