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A chainsaw clarinet may not seem real to you but we are here to tell you that it is! It sounds like something that Squidward would invent to get SpongeBob to leave him alone, but in reality, you are about to find out just how real these items can be.

“Nobody’s gonna pick on the band kids any more! I built my buddy a chainsaw clarinet, combining his two passions into one ridiculous multi-tool: the Clarisaw! Or would that be the Chaininet?” Nathan Pryor tweeted.

Photo: Twitter/@nathanpryor

Nathan Pryor works with HaHaBird and he is perhaps best known for the creation of a game that flips the whole concept of Tetris on its ear. Instead of playing the game in the manner that you would expect, Tetris is actually played inside of a pumpkin! After coming up with an idea this awesome, he would have to try very hard to top himself.

Believe it or not, he was actually able to do just that. He combined a clarinet and a chainsaw in the most hilarious way. Any band geeks who are tired of being picked on are sure to love this one. Just try and shove one of them in a locker now! It is not going to happen on Nathan’s watch, that much is for sure.

You might think that the hilarity ended there but things got even funnier. “This is as close to an example of why we exist as you can probably get,” the US Consumer Product Safety Commission tweeted at him.

For these reasons and many more, we highly doubt that this product will ever make its way into the hands of the general public.

Geeks who dream of using this item to get revenge on their tormentors are going to have to find their jollies elsewhere. It looks like something out of a horror movie. Maybe Nathan can get together with one of the more famous directors and expand on this idea.

For Nathan, receiving a tweet from the good folks at the US Consumer Product Safety Commission was a dream come true. It is not every day that people can say they got such an important organization to reach out to them.

“I’ll be adding this recognition to my résumé,” he tweeted.