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Coresi 3 years ago
He must be the guy in charge with making the fire.
motoso 3 years ago
remember the most important : pat the wood and point at your axe.
Voutelamberopipi 3 years ago
Chains, how do they work?
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Chrisofskjern 3 years ago
How much wood chop chop if a wood chop had chains and rubber bands.
mikeaza 3 years ago
And the chain stays underneath the wood ?
Riorank 3 years ago
Hey moderators, seens like #(removed comment) is writing links to a lackluster website. Mind checking his/her credibility on spam? As in the ban-hammer?
Sizzlik (admin) 3 years ago
#6 This spammers are like mosqitos..always come back. But get banned on first sight *Slap* Got another one
cretia 3 years ago
neat trick if only it was cold enough here in Australia . we generally need bags of ice during the summer. It would be a beautiful day but it gets so hot you cannot leave your house you sweat all day doing nothing while indoors.How i would love to live in north America
TrollyAtsam 3 years ago
c0mmanderKeen 3 years ago
Nice one. Fast and efficient, will try that out next time I get out the city
Gmastershief 3 years ago
PRO. Thumbs Up Man
Yokhannan 3 years ago
Didn't these "wrap the wood before you chop" videos get enough coverage a year ago?
Chrizzle 3 years ago
Unknown 3 years ago
MacGyver...living in the woods doing his tricks.
pesto 3 years ago
nothing special guys!!!!
theWatcherAlpha 3 years ago
Simple solution + great results = Ingenuity
Gorf 3 years ago
#8 surely you can use the same principle for breaking ice?
slayer_x911 3 years ago
Insanely simple yet brilliant
sux2bu 2 years ago
Let's see how he does with elm or gum. He will need a much larger splitting maul!
3 years ago
400 x 300 px
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