Chain Mail Chess Set

This entire chess set is made out of chain mail. The amount of work that must have gone into this is mind-boggling. You will certainly lose the nice sound of solidly dropping a piece into a new strategic location, but maybe the clank of chain mail on chain mail will be even more satisfying.


Picture of Chain Mail Chess Set
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justrelax7 years ago
 i think we can use the sick term for you my friend because you are mentally sick:))))) i like the project very very much:) did you sell it?
How can you love a sick project?? It's a mind blowing idea/ and i loved its look. If you like chess sets s much you can try this..
amakerguy8 years ago
That is totally freakin AWESOME! AND SICK!
I am curious, why do you think it is sick?
It means that its totally awesome!! or just really cool.. its just a expression
Ah, a new one to put in my vocabulary :-) Thanks
 haha "sick" is a pretty relaxed term, so don't use it too seriously
I always thought the slang "sick" meant horrible, or disgusting.  *shrug*
Yeah, that's kind of what I thought:


Pronunciation: 'sik
Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle English sek, sik, from Old English sEoc; akin to Old High German sioh sick
1. Not feeling good.

2 a (1) : affected with disease or ill health : AILING (2) : of, relating to, or intended for use in sickness <sick pay> <a sick ward>


Now used as the newest word to replace cool. Something that you've never seen before.

and then,  THIS daffy-nition  

1. to feel ill, or not well.
2. A secondary word for awesome.
3. Gross, disgusting.
4. Tired, pissed off.
5. Horny.

1. I feel very sick, I think I might vomit.
2. Dude, that song is so sick!
3. That was sick when he had sex with that gorrilla.
4. I am sick of your attitude.
5. Who wants to get sick with me.

The words have been changed to protect the guilty....... ;-) 

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