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    Work tools

    I think I said I'd post this photo about 2 years ago now, and I've finally got round to it. Not bad going for me

    Anyway, a small selection of sharp edges tools I carry around, every day, for work...




    and all perfectly legal

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    They for sacrificing lambs?
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    I believe they're for vulcanisers.



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    That is one dangerous pair of wellies

    And is that a nice big saw in there on the right??
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    My, thats a mighty fine set of choppers you have there


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    2 saws sir - a 21" triangle and a 24" 'D'

    There's nowt wrong with wellies either

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    Thats proper old skool. You not got anything with a engine on it

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    Yeah we got a BFO generator for boiling a kettle, so we can make tea anywhere

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    Ah-ha! I can see the 21" triangle now.

    Wellies are cool.
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    you should be careful the shovel may fall and hurt you

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