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Wally J. Corpse
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Pssst...Over Here...

Postby Wally J. Corpse » Fri Mar 17, 2006 10:35 am

Greetings, Galley Cutlery Enthusiasts-

Just thought I'd stop by to say ellho, Mr. Doofus Emeritus told me that this is far and away the most fun sub-forum forum, and yowzer! he was right, 'eh?

Anyways, I just discovered a secret, and hidden attribute to one of my kitchen cutlery collection pieces that I thought I'd share with ya'-

If you happen to have, and are sometime in usage of, a snappy metal vegeatble peeler tool, and you're a-peeling away on some potatoes when you are horrified to notice a deep tater flesh dark spot- guess what? You can use the tip of the peeler to, in one fluid motion, excise the offending blemish lickety split!

Ain't life grand?


AS ever,

Your ol' pal,

Wally J. Corpse


P.S. I'll keep you posted on any new discoveries, AS I am going to dig out some really exotic items, a whisk and a spatula- stay tuned!!
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Postby natcherly » Fri Mar 17, 2006 4:44 pm

Mr. Corpse,

If you dig deeper into that catch-all kitchen drawer, you should also come across a specialized edged device that 1. Cuts off the unwanted ends of string beans using an exposed blade at the top of the device, 2. Via a spring loaded gate and a series of vertical blades, AS you push the decapitated string bean through the aperture, you get French cut SB's with the strings also removed! How's that for a classic WOW utensil.

I am not where I can take and upload pictures, but if there is still interest when I return to civilization next week, I will be happy to upload some. The one I currently own was made in Australia :shock: . Most likely using the steel from all those confiscated firearms. :cry:

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Re: Pssst...Over Here...

Postby Vagrant » Fri Mar 17, 2006 6:08 pm

Wally J. Corpse wrote:Greetings, Galley Cutlery Enthusiasts-
a snappy metal vegeatble peeler tool, and you're a-peeling away on some potatoes when you are horrified to notice a deep tater flesh dark spot- guess what? You can use the tip of the peeler to, in one fluid motion, excise the offending blemish lickety split!

Ain't life grand?


AS ever,

Your ol' pal,

Wally J. Corpse

For blemish removal from self, anesthesia is recommended :wink:


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