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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    Honestly, I'd just keep it and use it. I don't think those serrations would really damage my uses for petty knives, and it's a pretty (if busy) knife.


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    I would get a big round loaf of sourdough, stick the knife right in the top (at a slight yet jaunty angle), and then coat the bread in spar varnish. Once it hardens I'd then place it in the center of my front yard, there to remain until drawn by the rightful king, who shall then unite all the land!





    or I guess you could use it for bagels
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    Ha. It looks like the Excaliber route might be option number four.

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    One of the funniest post I've seen in a while. Thanks for the laugh, mk.
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    I'd sell it. I might feel bad for a minute or two but I'd get over it. No reason to stick a $100 bill in your drawer and not use it.

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    leave it for the in laws, wife, girlfriend or significant other to use. it would make an excellent decoy knife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    leave it for the in laws, wife, girlfriend or significant other to use. it would make an excellent decoy knife.
    Agreed my wife got a set of Wusthof's for her. She is scared of the J blades. Good to have a few knives for others to use without worrying about them damaging your personal pieces.

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    Son has the best idea, look at that thing, it has all the things going for it. Shun, damascus, diawood handle, stainless, serrations, it's just crying mother in law knife. Leave this thing as a decoy in your kitchen and you will never have to worry about your sexy carbons again.

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    wow thats ugly. id sell it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookinstuff View Post
    Son has the best idea, look at that thing, it has all the things going for it. Shun, damascus, diawood handle, stainless, serrations, it's just crying mother in law knife. Leave this thing as a decoy in your kitchen and you will never have to worry about your sexy carbons again.
    ^^^^Im with this guy!

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