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haha this one is fantastic

sarah Auerswald

I knew there was a good reason not to use a hammer.


Wait, unless I am mistaken and have misread the blurred text, this is a mixer.

How does a mixer take off an arm!? An arm with a hammer, no less!


This was actually on a cement mixer, so don't panic when you pull out your Kitchen Aid!


STOP! Hammer Time.

Hmmm I think I may go see if our cement mixer has that. I think though it means "Do not try to fix the mixer while it is running."
But puzzling is that the part of the machine that was being repaired with the hammer would require a wrench.
So maybe it is dual purpose. "Dont try to fix it while running. And Dont try to fix the gears with a hammer."

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