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Korin_Mari
08-29-2013, 11:29 AM
If you've ever posted a review on our website and wondered why it took forever for it to show up, it is because we go through the feedback and review comments on our products to make sure they are actually from customers who purchased it. We get a lot of weird comments but today the web manager found the most elaborate and strange review we have ever received...

The review was for this knife:

http://korin.com/core/media/media.nl?id=223952&c=832324&h=a88c1ac2f528d022472d
http://korin.com/Nenohi-Mizu-Honyaki-Sakimaru-Takobiki-with-Pheonix-Lacquer-Cover

"Iíve found Nenohi Mizu Honyaki Sakimaru Takobiki with Pheonix Lacquer Cover to be most useful blade in my arsenal for use in my stealthy escapes from uhÖ my ďassignments.Ē When properly sharpened, the Nenohi Mizu Honyaki Sakimaru Takobiki with Pheonix Lacquer Cover can cut holes in space-time, allowing for escape to alternate universes. Yes, any buffoon with his Ninja license and officially registered NAEAG (Ninja Association of Espionage and Assignation Guild) endorsed weapon can do that. But only the Nenohi Mizu Honyaki Sakimaru Takobiki with Pheonix Lacquer Cover will allow you to do so with the utmost in Ninja style and finesse.

Because if you canít practice espionage and assignations in true ninja-style, why even bother? Donít be laughed out of the NAEAG with your Ginsu Chikara Series blade from WalMart Ė youíll instantly be seen as the amateur you are. Invest in a Nenohi Mizu Honyaki Sakimaru Takobiki with Pheonix Lacquer Cover and youíll never go back! Especially if you canít find the way back to this multiverse. Trans-dimensional travel is tricky." - By John Doe

Unfortunately we couldn't leave it there, because he didn't actually buy the knife, but I needed to preserve it for people to enjoy. lol

Thanks for reading! :D

Dusty
08-29-2013, 11:36 AM
That's brilliant mari, thanks.

Twistington
08-29-2013, 11:36 AM
The funnies part for me was the constant use of: "Nenohi Mizu Honyaki Sakimaru Takobiki with Pheonix Lacquer Cover" :D

Mucho Bocho
08-29-2013, 11:47 AM
Mari, WOW what a whacko. he would fit in good around here. LOL

Ninja Style. HAHAAHA

Korin_Mari
08-29-2013, 11:48 AM
I would like to join this ninja association.

knyfeknerd
08-29-2013, 12:09 PM
I would like to join this ninja association.
PM incoming

tripleq
08-29-2013, 12:12 PM
Personally I feel the Nenohi Honyaki Dentokougeishi Sakimaru Takobiki with Corian Handle & Hand Painted Sakura Saya is much more efficient for cutting holes in space time. I sent mine to Dave to be sharpened and he did a test cut backward in time and what happened? The Amish showed up. Remember folks. With great sharpness comes great responsibility.

Mucho Bocho
08-29-2013, 12:13 PM
Chris, Your pinging Mari beacue either you write that letter or are already a member of NAEAG? Its OK we'll all understand.

As long as you share some pics of you sneaaking around in the woods of Charlotte at night waiting for a Samari to show up.

zitangy
08-29-2013, 12:38 PM
A perfect weapon for the kitchen samurai.....

Z

CrisAnderson27
08-29-2013, 12:45 PM
I would like to join this ninja association.

If you find them, please pass on their address. I would like to apply also.

Thank you!

Anton
08-29-2013, 12:48 PM
Spaghetti westernish....

Korin_Mari
08-29-2013, 01:23 PM
PM incoming

https://sphotos-a-lga.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/38326_471515010129_6248368_n.jpg

Zwiefel
08-29-2013, 01:26 PM
Hey! I'M Z around here! Sounds like I might just have to buy a Nenohi Mizu Honyaki Sakimaru Takobiki with Pheonix Lacquer Cover for my own needs :viking:

(Just teasing)


A perfect weapon for the kitchen samurai.....

Z

Very funny review Mari! There are a ton of those on Amazon, some have become cult classics....Still, I like your filtering process better :)

Korin_Mari
08-29-2013, 02:43 PM
Personally I feel the Nenohi Honyaki Dentokougeishi Sakimaru Takobiki with Corian Handle & Hand Painted Sakura Saya is much more efficient for cutting holes in space time. I sent mine to Dave to be sharpened and he did a test cut backward in time and what happened? The Amish showed up. Remember folks. With great sharpness comes great responsibility.

:rofl:

EdipisReks
08-29-2013, 03:01 PM
I'm guessing that the jokester who posted that didn't realize that this is a kitchen knife.