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Discussion in 'Knives' started by Sharpdogs, May 27, 2006.
Fond of the splinter,are ye?
Had to throw it out, sadly it went septic.
And that,my friend,tops your previous statement!
It's a daym good thing I EDC a bandanna....since that made me blow coffee on the screen.
Last night,I used my JYD(c) to open a Chicago Cubs toybox from Amazon,for the youngest GrandSon, age 3.
As I told him,Stay true to what you believe in...any team can have a losing century.
used my ZT0551 to cube up some chicken breast for my salads for the rest of the week.
AG Russell...woods walker. Opened mail and cut Para cord.
I got my ZT0500 MUDD folder just in time for some work that lesser folders would be unable to accomplish. I used it to cut the to open, not 1, but two bags of Christmas M&M's. Had to sit on the couch and eat a handfull or two when I finished that task!
Sounds like some real hard work!
Sadly, I did not use mine today.... I will cry later... sniff, sniff..
SAK Explorer has been with me lately. Used the scissors to cut some paracord for a lanyard. Used the small blade to open a box of various coffees the girlfriend ordered. Going to use the bottle opener in a little bit to enjoy a beer.
Helped a work to colleague to cut open the plastic wrapper of his new flash drive. I am in my 50's and he is in his 60's, so our fingers and teeth are not strong enough to rip through that stuff . LOL.
I use no-name knives. So, no name and no model to mention. ;D
How about a picture of that beauty,to hold me over til mine arrives?
ask and you shall receive
took these just for you Gnarly.
Now where's the Smilie for 'LUST'?
Gave several away today...
Have been buying these knives,several at a time,and today I gave away several to some oldtimers,sitting around the stove at the local store.
They are extremely sharp,weigh far less than any of my other knives,small enough to fit in a wallet,and cost about .99 each,buying 10 at a time on eBay.
Here's the picture:
been carrying a Timberline workhorse lately,
today it got to help me when i was drywalling
one of the rooms in our house.
cleaning and sharpening are on the menue tonight
I used my edc spyderco to fashion a post box out of a cardboard box for my 2 year old son who was posting things into a cabinet in our living room. A few cuts later and he can post "Christmas cards" to his hearts content and he's not upsetting the contents of our cabinets.
I used my Douk-douk to remove the tags and labels from a scarf that my wife bought while we were at the mall.
Last night, used my brand new Kershaw Skyline to cut the tags and labels off of a new Winter cap. (Finally found one that won't ride up and expose my ears to the cold.)
Got the knife at Wal-Mart for under $35. Ironically, Kershaw's new packaging of thick cardboard came in very handy. Wal-Mart uses security pegs, but getting an employee to help you at Wal-Mart is about as easy as a one-legged man winning a butt-kicking contest. No problem. Just slide the package towards the end of the security peg, give it a quick and sharp twist, and there you go. The security peg is fine, it's the cardboard at the top of the packaging that breaks off. Didn't stand around for hours like an idiot waiting for a Wal-Mart employee to get to me with the security key. Walked up to the register, paid for my new Kershaw, walked out.
Used my Delice 4 Wave to open something from the DMV (Cali ID needs to be renewed ASAP), & then later on I sliced my thumb pad about .5" across... Just enough to bleed/take off skin, but it's not deep enough to need anything more then a band-aid.
used my sebbie to slice up some sausage for my pasta. used it also to cut some plastic of a 32 pack of Diet Dr. Pepper . also used it to cut some ribbon of a bag of Christmas candy.