How To Build A Bratchet

by Daniel Errico

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 If ever you find you’re in desperate need,

Of building a bratchet with terrible speed,

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Space out some area. Gather your tools.

Be careful to follow some notable rules.

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Don’t pick the Tabbersaw up from the bottom.

Check that your gablewood hasn’t got rotten.

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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.

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Use filber finish to spray all the rings.

Rub them with glo gel to cover up dings.

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Nail down the crest with a bob-headed hammer.

It can get loud so beware of the clamor.

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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.

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Your bratchet is finished! My hat’s off to you!

Go use it for all of the things bratchets do…