Get Ready to Cut Some D'uhvetailscomments (18) September 9th, 2011 in blogs
We tend to be a rather self-deprecating group here at Fine Woodworking. Case-in-point: I've cut plenty of "d'ohvetails" and "d'uhvetails" over the years. Not familiar with those terms? Well take note: our new mock-dictionary of every woodworking term you never knew—because they don't exist—is beginning to take shape.
Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you: the first installment of our new "Dictionary of Woodwokring Slang." Special thanks goes out to our newest associate editor, Ken St. Onge, who spearheaded the campaign to shed light on such forgotten terms as "jignoramus."
Dictionary of Woodworking Slang
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