Hey /diy/, the restroom at work is open to the general public and lots of customers use it. There's a penny in the corner, it's completely unnoticeable unless you're sitting down. The girls clean the restroom daily, but haven't mopped it up or anything, it's been in there a couple weeks now.
I want to take a nicer coin, like a Susan B. Anthony or a Sacajawea and glue it to the floor in that corner. What's the /diy/ approved glue? Something that'll keep it stuck their forever if possible.
I would find a nice two part epoxy like a loctite thing or something. Just find somehting that's made for outdoor shit (for maximum durability) and make sure it works on metal/stone
perhaps 3M DP420 or Loctite Metal/Concrete
If I really wanted it to stick I'd totally engross the coin in some sort of epoxy and (once it had properly cured) I would sand it smooth. Most custodians are too lazy to deal with something like that, unless they're specifically told to. At worst it would last a few months, at best no one is offended by it and you show your grandchildren in 50 years.
Best would be a thin coin, so you could make it as smooth as possible without breaking the epoxy.
At the very least, OP is at some high-end fast food joint. Having worked in several of those, I'd attest that he probably makes more than most and still is human enough to try to prank some lazy co-workers.
>skate shoe knockoffs
The worst part about this post, is that skate shoes nowadays look like skinny trendy boat shoes. They dont look anything like skate shoes, but if you needed to make the case they would be closer to 20 old skate shoes.
I find it weird that skaters no longer want ankle support, deep heel cushion, thick soles for shock, and huge tongues so your shoes dont slip around on you. You know, the shoes that were designed specifically for skateboarding.
They clearly wear a lot faster and just wont hold up like they used to.
But hey, I guess everything is in the name of fashion nowadays, companies arent going to argue using less material and selling more shoes when they wear out.
I found that out last year when i wanted to buy some shoes. I got a heck of a deal on Vans and bought six pairs. Realized I was down to two pairs last year and started to look around and all the skate shoes are shit like you described. I don't skate but loved the shoes, all that padding.