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    Why don't you sit on it !?!?!!?

    I saw this @ Amazon and it made me wonder... Whiskey Tango Foxtrot


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    Built in carving fork?

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    Punji sticks? Oh wait!....that's the bottom. Yer supposed to nail it to your countertop so it don't slide around.
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    God help the poor cook that moves their roast to this board for resting.

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    What is it? A board for letting meat rest on or something?

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    I am assuming it's something that keeps meat in place... kinda like a fork... ?

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    the arrows remind me of star fox

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    It's like a carving board. The channels are to irrigate the blood out from under it. Also it's stupid.
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    And it holds whatever you're cutting with your dull ass knife in place. See, when your knife isn't sharp, I mean real f'in dull, these spikes hold your food as you saw away at it. No ginsu, miracle blades, or anything Chef Tony endorsed necessary. All you need is this bangin' Boos block, these big f'in spikes and a dull knife. Money.

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    Its mostly for hams .
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