How To Build A Bratchet
by Daniel Errico
If ever you find you’re in desperate need,
Of building a bratchet with terrible speed,
Space out some area. Gather your tools.
Be careful to follow some notable rules.
Don’t pick the Tabbersaw up from the bottom.
Check that your gablewood hasn’t got rotten.
Make sure the clipperbell has lots of oil.
Keep all the hammerits covered with foil.
Measure a stack with your lastible tape.
Mark off the top with a twelve-sided scape.
Start with the legs of the dolly-framed base,
Each with a lockable, full-coated brace.
Make seven squares with a grikle-toothed saw,
Clamped by a lutch with adjustable claw.
Use filber finish to spray all the rings.
Rub them with glo gel to cover up dings.
Nail down the crest with a bob-headed hammer.
It can get loud so beware of the clamor.
Sand down the cones with an ultra-grade sheet.
Shave all the rods, and it’s almost complete!
Put wheels on the axel with ankle-set joints.
Fasten a bull cap on all of the points.
Your bratchet is finished! My hat’s off to you!
Go use it for all of the things bratchets do…