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    For the little chefs (and Mr. Drinky)



    This was featured in Huffington Post's "what not to buy your kids for Christmas" with the caption:
    "When I was three, all I wanted was to behead, de-bone and fillet a salmon. Didn't you?"

    ...yes.

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    Killer wa-handle on that knife!

    I want one

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    Quote Originally Posted by jm2hill View Post
    Killer wa-handle on that knife!
    Ah yes, the wa-batahiki.

    My daughter has a western handled monosteel one she uses to gouge the occasional stolen sweet potato.

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    Doesn't look like a salmon to me....

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    Not a bad idea. It's kinda like anatomy models, lol.

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    My three year old son would LOVE that. But then again, he is a knife nut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    My three year old son would LOVE that. But then again, he is a knife nut.
    I was thinking the same thing of my 5 yr old. He's more of a food nut than knife guy, but he does appreciate a good knife when he sees one.

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    why would you make a toy fish (being filleted) and have moving eyes? that's freaky...

    wait... those eyes are moving right? or is it just me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by karloevaristo View Post
    why would you make a toy fish (being filleted) and have moving eyes? that's freaky...

    wait... those eyes are moving right? or is it just me...
    I think its just the angle so they aren't really moving.

    But if you've ever been to a japanese super market, they'll cut into it while its still twitching a little bit. Just trying to be realistic with the model

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    Here is another gift to give the kids.



    Jay

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