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This Old Awesome: The Insulation Edition

What to do when you’re trying to find cheap workspace in an an awesome historic school house? Offer to be free labor in the renovation phase, of course!

Granted, this idea may not seem so brilliant when your first task is to move giant rolls of insulation from the basement to the attic, but no worries, folks-

we’re not only handy with our Meatbagz, we’re also pretty handy when it comes to home improvement projects.

Now if that’s not the confident look of a fixer-upper, then we don’t know what is.

Unfortunately it turns out that screw guns or levels are not required to move giant rolls of insulation up a few flights of stairs, but darn it, we tried.

We did get to handle a pretty heavy duty staple gun to tack some plastic sheeting back up in place though, so rest assured the Meatbagz chicks have things well in hand.

See? Mission accomplished! Not an ounce of insulation to be found.*

Trust us. We’re trained Meatbagz professionals.

(*pay no attention to the bits of insulation on the ground.)

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About meatbagz totes

Mackenzie is an award winning pie maker, a fast driver, and a screen printing mastermind. Kate is a designer, occasional neat freak, and tea drinking madwoman. They both believe in the power of good karma, air banding as a valid form of exercise, and that getting your hands dirty is a good way to keep your soul clean. Together they make up Team Meatbagz.

4 responses »

  1. Kate I love the fact that you need suspenders to hold up your “tool belt”. that must be one heavy hammer and tape measure…. πŸ˜‰ Mack, you look very professional.

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  2. Suspenders are where it’s at, Tara! You’re a carpenter, you should know this!

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  3. Oh, Tara. Tara, Tara, Tara. In the land of Meatbagz suspenders are ALWAYS necessary.

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