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    Senior Member Justin0505's Avatar
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    oh, this is gonna be sweet: Cleaver, W2, hamon... what's not to like?

    and as a side note, if anyone ever had any doubts about the metric system, the fact that it has a until of measure, the "butt ton", specifically dedicated to forging work should make up your mind.
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    Very curious to see how that will turn out!

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    I am always amazed when I see this kind or projects I wish I had 1% of the skills you have

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin0505 View Post
    oh, this is gonna be sweet: Cleaver, W2, hamon... what's not to like?

    and as a side note, if anyone ever had any doubts about the metric system, the fact that it has a until of measure, the "butt ton", specifically dedicated to forging work should make up your mind.
    It's true. We learned "metric butt ton" in school. It's equivalent to...well, it's all very advanced and hard to comprehend for non-metric users....
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    A 'wild hair up the ass' becomes a 'butt ton' and then a 'pain in the ass' and then 'oval shaped with a taper'.

    Man the metric system is confusing.

    I am excited to see how this works itself out!
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    Regarding a Butt Ton, thought this comment was insightful


    I'm not exactly sure how much a butt ton would be, but, probably much lighter after you drop a couple loads. lol.
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    Oh boy....... Don't know if Mike will ever talk to me again, after showing him my Chinese knives (cleavers)!

    Looks awesome, brother, can't wait to see the finished product. You, my friend, are frickin amazing.

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    Don't 100 shiteloads make a Butt-ton

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    I first saw a butt ton at Walmart.
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    Now that's FUNNY!!!

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