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This is a hilarious ible! I love the narrative, but especially applaud the honesty able it's fragility. When Infirst saw the title I figured it would be too weak for actual use but I am glad it was indeed mentioned. I would hate to see someone actually try to use this ax and hurt themself. If you were to use fishing line to thread the bears and suspend them in the center you may get a usable handle. Of course, you wouldn't need 5 pounds for that! They may even serve as shock absorbers.Thanks for the fun read and artistic idea!
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