EVER DEAL WITH A BROKEN KEYBOARD LEG?
With just ordinary Office Supplies
YOU CAN FIX THAT KEYBOARD PROP LEG THINGY!!!
Step 1: Parts List
Complementary Glue Stick - you know the one you haven't the foggiest why you got it and what you'll you'll use it for?
1 Chop Stick - There's always someone who needs the full ambiance of chow-fun, fun eating!
Sharp Scissors - You know the one for possible postal worker protection?
Writing tool to measure That's a tough one, you may have to buy this one yourself. I mean it's rare we should ever use one! But gladly they gave us that Glue Stick!
Desk Drawer - Just clear out a corner. You'll need the 90 degrees to keep the sticks in place.
Thumb Tack (Plastic type)
BIC Pen Cap This is to use glue in heaps
Emery Board or Sidewalk - Getting your new leg level is not easy, you'll have to sand it down to make it level. I'm sure there's a kind female coworker who has them emery boards for nails, or one of them long nailed guitar playing guys. If not the sidewalk outside makes a mighty fine sanding instrument
Black Sharpie After all, paint is not one of them common office supplies. But permanent markers sure makes a good alternative.
Step 2: Measuring
Measure the height of the good leg of the keyboard.
Use your writing tool to place a mark where to cut.
That first piece will be your template for other cuts
Step 3: Cutting
Cut the first one off the stick. This is tricky, the scissors won't cut all the way through. (Keep that in mind when defending yourself from postal workers)
Use the one you cut to measure the next to keep them as identical cuts as possible.
You'll need 4 of them
Remember Safety Last when you can get a settlement.
Step 4: Gluing
Use the Glue Stick to glue one side of the chopstick.