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Thread: Introducing Hinoura Knives- Tsukasa and Ajikatiya

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    That is a true work of art. I hope it finds a happy home.

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    I felt like I cheated on my wife when I saw that knife. Jon's the Larry Flint of the knife interwebs.

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    I'll be putting in an order if I strike the lottery tonight...

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    That is amazing. If I was into yanagibas, I would begin selling my possessions until I had enough dough to buy it. Luckily for my wallet, they're not my thing.

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    I tried to buy that knife but PayPal kept refusing the transaction, giving some strange error message about me being a broke fry cook. Then it laughed at me and arbitrarily froze my account so I can't buy cigarettes.

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    If you took payment in the form of one of my kidneys we might be able to work something out, unfortunately paypal doesn't deal in human organs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertigo View Post
    I tried to buy that knife but PayPal kept refusing the transaction, giving some strange error message about me being a broke fry cook. Then it laughed at me and arbitrarily froze my account so I can't buy cigarettes.
    LOL Love it

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    I would love that knife, any way we can work out a layaway plan???? Should only take me about 2 years to safely afford it, but it would be worth the wait! That knife is absolutely stunning!!

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    I am so very glad that, as kickassingly beautiful as that knife is, I do not hear the siren call. That's not to say Jon doesn't have something else to dangle in front of me and my wallet

    Love the visual texture and sheer coolness of this particular knife though!
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