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Desc:Cute, even though she may be missing a few toes
Category:Educational, Science & Technology
Tags:canada, girl, toes, obvious bonus feature, scythe
Submitted:fedex
Date:01/20/16
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Bort
Just imagine how sturdy her offspring will be.
infinite zest
I read this description as meaning something else, again. That's twice this week!
duck&cover
The sweetest reaper of them all.
chumbucket
Farm Implement Fetish Week
fedex
this channel (of a Canadian scythe maker) has tons of her doing her thing

Mr. Purple Cat Esq.
Hoes (and other farm implements) week!

Old_Zircon
"The action is in the waist and hips, not in a powered drive from the arms. The waist swivels like a well-oiled ball-and-socket joint, with the arms and hands active just to maintain the proper angle of the blade and its alignment to the ground. Think of pivoting at the waist to say hello to a friend, not of making a chopping swing with a sling blade or machete."


Even scything tutorials sound vaguely erotic, who'da thunk it?

The Mothership
This is damn sexy, don't even pretend it ain't.

That guy
needs 'obvious bonus feature' tag
That guy
http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=142784

That guy
...still waiting.....
I gave you these stars in advance because I trusted you.

fedex
Ok, Ok, yes, i would be the middle of a scythe girl/LBA Girl sammich

That guy
so how 'bout dat tag?

fedex
Ok Man, geeze quit hasslin me man

That guy
I bet her snath has a singular grip, alright.

Old_Zircon
I've watched enough sword guy videos to know it would be tough to actually lose a toe to a scythe (at least a scythe you were holding, you might be able to lose one to someone else's scything incompetence I bet).
Oscar Wildcat
I seem to have acquired one of these things: it's got a much more fancy handle but the blade is rusted and needs some work. She makes it look so easy to use. It is not. I tried it and stuck with the weed whacker.

infinite zest
I always wondered why the grim reaper had a scythe when he can just touch you. Seems like carrying a big thing like that would slow you down.

fedex
It's symbolic, man.

glasseye
A properly wielded scythe is WAY faster than a weedwhacker. No, really, there are competitions!

Oscar Wildcat
I went and had a look at the thing: it's hanging from a rafter in the garage. The handle is grey from age and the ironwork needs some help and a good sharpen. It's frankly kind of intimidating. Serial killer written all over it. Death's weapon of choice.

Bort
"She makes it look so easy to use. It is not. I tried it and stuck with the weed whacker."

Part of the appeal to me is, this thing must strengthen the fuck out of your back and hips. I get the feeling the first time I used it, I could do about two arcs and then I'd have to lie down for a nap. But after a season of using that, I'd have a core that could almost literally deflect bullets.

I want there to be workout videos based on farm work, with people in their yoga pants wielding scary farm implements.

infinite zest
That's a good idea! This fall I went over to my parents' just to rake the lawn, because it's a really really hilly big lawn, and the leaf people were coming the next day. My parents are kind of getting up there, still in great condition, but I don't wanna think about that.. I got it done pretty quick, maybe 45 minutes because I had to run to work. My back's still sore thinking about it. If I ever live in a place with a lawn I'll have the most leafless house on the block!

Binro the Heretic
Shave the planet.
Bort
I am seriously about to price scythes: I hate mowing my lawn, but if I have to do an unpleasant chore at least I can do it in style.

Bort
Ayup, mowing a lawn with a scythe is apparently a thing, there are videos and tips and so forth.

I've got one of them Fiskars push mowers that has no motor, and it's whisper quiet. It occurred to me long ago that, if I had a lawn service company, I'd probably get a couple such mowers and use them at nursing homes and the like (where the quiet would be appreciated).

A minute ago I had the additional thought that I could also send people out to the nursing homes with scythes. A couple seconds later, it occurred to me that no, maybe that's not a great plan.

American Standard
Huh.

pre-Modern era Death imagery just got a little easier to parse.
Bort
To us, the scything is a point of fascination. But any woman watching this video 100+ years ago would be completely ignoring the scythe and wishing they could have that skirt.

Nominal
This needed to be submitted by Boner.
Potter
Since a few of you seem interested, check with your local farm extension or regional organic organizations for workshops. I know there's some people who have been teaching hand scythe at the NY-NOFA winter conference for the past few years.

Last year I brought a sickle out camping and used it to clear some trails and gather a pile of hay for under my friend's tents. It was nice work, it makes a very distinct sound as it cuts that I quite liked. I really got to get my hands on one of the scythes and try it out (I didn't go to those workshops, had other stuff to attend)

I got involved in organic farm conferences as an urban gardener and got so much out of them I now run a gourmet mushroom operation. I have a feeling there are quite a few of you that would enjoy and benefit from them, even if it just for your back yard vegetables.

Plus they are full of people who do shit like this and so much more.
Potter
oh and the stars because I love people like this.

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