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peashooter85:

Early 17th Century Combination warhammer and warpick/six shot gun.  

Has six barrels concealed on it for six shots.  The head contains five barrels, their muzzles concealed by a hinged cover forming the edge of the hammer. The topmost barrel is ignited by a matchlock fitted on one side of the head, its mechanism concealed by a brass plate cut out and engraved in the form of a lion. A sixth barrel, also hand-ignited, is concealed within the haft.

Part of the Royal Armouries Collection, on display at the Tower of London.

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paintedcowboy:

fumfer:

paintedcowboy:

grablifebythereinsandride:

#ButSeriously #Funnies #ThingsGuysSay #PrettyMuch

actually, yes.  Yes I can.  And I have.

Everyone should be able to do both. Also everyone on earth needs to eat and generally has access to the ability to prepare food. Not everyone takes up a trade and labour at building houses.

I have never once asked anyone if “they can cook”.  I learned from my Grandmother and most of the time I do the cooking.  I don’t understand this much.  Just answered the question.

It wasn’t so much a critique of your answer as much as it was a comment on the absurdity of comparing cooking to building an entire house.

paintedcowboy:

fumfer:

paintedcowboy:

grablifebythereinsandride:

#ButSeriously #Funnies #ThingsGuysSay #PrettyMuch

actually, yes. Yes I can. And I have.

Everyone should be able to do both. Also everyone on earth needs to eat and generally has access to the ability to prepare food. Not everyone takes up a trade and labour at building houses.

I have never once asked anyone if “they can cook”. I learned from my Grandmother and most of the time I do the cooking. I don’t understand this much. Just answered the question.

It wasn’t so much a critique of your answer as much as it was a comment on the absurdity of comparing cooking to building an entire house.