1. I would use boots… just in case

  2. This tool would be useful for old Pokémon games…bye bye 100 random pigeon encounter in the Gras

  3. Watching this makes by back hurt.

  4. This is how all lawns were done once, by peasants for nobles, as a way of showing off how wealthy and powerful they were. The grass lawn in USA is the most widely cultivated crop in the WORLD and wastes more fresh water than agriculture and industry combined.

  5. Is bare foot really the best way to do this?

  6. That’s wifey material right there 😍

  7. This should be in r/oddlysatisfying

  8. Great for the obliques and back

  9. My grandpa used to do that on hay patches. It was mesmerizing watching him swing that thing.

  10. is it hard to use a scythe properly? like can i just go buy one and mow my lawn in badass style, or do i need years of training in the ancient arts?

  11. Why is this here??? I can do it too and it isn’t so hard and painful. If you are doing right no back hurt and no way to cut yours fingers.
    It is common technic in poor country I guess. And it GREEN, no smoke, no noise, just fresh air and nature. And then smell of the hay…

  12. r/oddlysatisfying

  13. Seems quicker than a lawnmower

  14. Now that’s how you exercise your core

  15. Lawn work isn’t next level wtf

  16. *Come on baby, don’t fear the reaper*

    *Baby take my hand, don’t fear the reaper*

    *We’ll be able to fly, don’t fear the reaper*

    *Baby I’m your man*

  17. Well I can do this the same way. I’m on the next fucking level 😄👍

  18. A practice that’s been done for millennia is hardly next fucking level is it? Next youre gonna be posting videos of farmers making hay bails.

  19. 100 years from now somebody’s gonna upload video of somebody starting a two stroke, and everybody’s gonna lose their goddamn minds

  20. A hundred years ago this was how you knew she was wife material

  21. Nobody mentions the fact she’s doing this in a WHITE SKIRT!

  22. Reply
    Accomplished-Buy-954 March 29, 2022 at 11:22 am

    So this is how crop circles are made

  23. Reminds me of the [annual scythe festivals in the UK.](https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gsfIHiBB6xE)

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    AmateurPhotographer March 29, 2022 at 11:22 am

    What is lawn-length?

  25. Why do I hear boss music?

  26. Who needs a lawnmower when you’ve got a lawn mower

  27. Damn I remember when my grandma and uncle taught me how to use it when I was a kid. In my country, it’s basic knowledge for almost all countryside people, men and women. There a few who use lawn mowers. Usually our neighbours help us and in return, at the end of the day we provide with food and drinks.
    I still remember getting slapped on the back of the neck for pointing the tip of the scythe to the ground.

  28. Why isn’t there a blade on the other side? Then you could cut twice as fast, right?

  29. Reply
    Status_Atmosphere_11 March 29, 2022 at 11:22 am

    Mrs Death mowing lawn?

  30. Everything I know about scything I learned from Tolstoy. She has great technique!

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