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BuzzGasm: 9 Incredible Things You Never Knew About PLIERS!

Gripping stuff

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1: Pliers Hold Stuff Really, Really Tight

Youth gripping his front teeth with a pair of pliers

Wow, amazeballs.

2: They Can Also Cut Cables

Pair of pliers cutting wire

That is so multitaskingly cool.

3: Side-Cutters Are NOT Pliers

A pair of side cutters

No no no no no.

4: Neither Are Pincers

A pair of pincers

No no no no no no NO.

5: Pliers Are Sociable...

Pair of pliers with other tools

They hang around with other species! Bless.

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