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Small axe at Aldi - £4.99
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Small axe at Aldi - £4.99

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Posted 18th Oct 2018

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It's a small axe. It's a fiver. Chocolate biscuit in photo to give idea of size, axe is not designed for chopping biscuits (or maybe it is) About to get a wood burner installed so thought an axe may come in handy, although our new neighbours are quite annoying so may use it on them. York monks cross branch.
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What brand of chocolate digestive? We all know they’ve been shrinking over the years. I reckon to scale this axe is only 9cm long...
Wolfout18/10/2018 20:52

Think you'll find it's called a hatchet having been a proper country …Think you'll find it's called a hatchet having been a proper country kid I think you should know some logs will take more effort than others, for example the longer you keep Apple wood the harder it is to split. I do miss my open fires, nothing quite like it.


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Every man should own an axe whether he needs one or not
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You need a maul for firewood not an axe. Fun though.
What brand of chocolate digestive? We all know they’ve been shrinking over the years. I reckon to scale this axe is only 9cm long...
Sorry. It's an Aldi hob-nob
Think you'll find it's called a hatchet having been a proper country kid I think you should know some logs will take more effort than others, for example the longer you keep Apple wood the harder it is to split. I do miss my open fires, nothing quite like it.
dadazza18/10/2018 20:51

Sorry. It's an Aldi hob-nob


Would you be interested in selling it?
Wolfout18/10/2018 20:52

Think you'll find it's called a hatchet having been a proper country …Think you'll find it's called a hatchet having been a proper country kid I think you should know some logs will take more effort than others, for example the longer you keep Apple wood the harder it is to split. I do miss my open fires, nothing quite like it.


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just in time for halloween
Every man should own an axe whether he needs one or not
Chocolate biscuits - check
Axe - check
Ready for the zombie apocalypse
bitcoin518/10/2018 20:54

Would you be interested in selling it?


Send me your address and I'll post one out, no charge.
Heat for using a chocolate biscuit for scale
dadazza8 m ago

Send me your address and I'll post one out, no charge.


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Good first timer axe for that special child in your life...
kemik26 m ago

Every man should own an axe whether he needs one or not


& Woman let’s not be sexist
dadazza55 m ago

Sorry. It's an Aldi hob-nob


Better to use a credit card.
That reminds me. I want to axe my mother-in-law something.
Being boring and on topic, a little hand axe like this is useful for splitting nice straight grained logs into kindling. For splitting cut trunks into logs I agree with the earlier post that you'll need either a maul or splitting axe, like the incredibly good Fiskars ones.

I am happy to say that my wood shed is currently full to the brim, although the timber I was able to acquire for free earlier this year is only softwood so it'll not last long.
Edited by: "89quidyoucantgowrong" 18th Oct 2018
A man can never have enough axes
Nowt wrong with a little chopper.
For a split second i thought that was a 2p next to it...
I'm guessing you want to Aldi to buy biscuits and came away with an axe.
Reviews are terrible, says comes blunt and need half an hour and a grinder. Wooden handles are better than fibre glass too.
RoosterNo11 h, 3 m ago

Nowt wrong with a little chopper.


Of course, its his you use it... so she said
Another good use for a kindling axe (like this) is to remove mortar* from reclaimed bricks for reuse.

*Lime mortar or weak Portland, sadly if it's strong Portland cement (late 50s onwards) it's a lot more difficult and will usually break the brick first.
Just what i need to finish my Halloween costume off

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89quidyoucantgowrong2 h, 53 m ago

Being boring and on topic, a little hand axe like this is useful for …Being boring and on topic, a little hand axe like this is useful for splitting nice straight grained logs into kindling. For splitting cut trunks into logs I agree with the earlier post that you'll need either a maul or splitting axe, like the incredibly good Fiskars ones.I am happy to say that my wood shed is currently full to the brim, although the timber I was able to acquire for free earlier this year is only softwood so it'll not last long.


Great for burglars heads as well lol....I do actually keep one of these handy,along with the machete and Beretta semi auto shotgun,can't too careful these days lol.
Great for protecting your home and family especially as the police wont even come out to a burgalry now.

If their on my property their fair game, heres Johnny !!!!
Edited by: "Janzbro" 19th Oct 2018
Great fun for the kids at Halloween.
Any good for Minecraft?
Small axe, because no one likes a big chopper!
Great for Halloween
how much for the biscuit?
ideal for your child at halloween lol
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Ideal for the Mrs. But not as a present.
Careful...Eugene
marboy18 h, 51 m ago

Heat for using a chocolate biscuit for scale


Wouldn't that melt the chocolate?
These comments......can't take Brits anywhere
89quidyoucantgowrong19 h, 15 m ago

Being boring and on topic, a little hand axe like this is useful for …Being boring and on topic, a little hand axe like this is useful for splitting nice straight grained logs into kindling. For splitting cut trunks into logs I agree with the earlier post that you'll need either a maul or splitting axe, like the incredibly good Fiskars ones.I am happy to say that my wood shed is currently full to the brim, although the timber I was able to acquire for free earlier this year is only softwood so it'll not last long.


Cool story bro.

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