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    Perfect slices every time!


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    It should have a warning to delicate females - Caution: manly hands might result from all the grip exercise (especially once blunt)

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    Erm, isn't that almost more effort than using a knife?

    Mind you, it could be less washing up if you buy pre peeled pineapple, but at that point you may as well buy it pre sliced as well

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    Lol.. The depths people sink to..

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    People actually get paid to design this crap. Boggles the mind.
    Though I could not caution all I still might warn a few; Don't raise your hand to raise no flag atop no ship of fools. - Robert Hunter

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    This is something that got washed up on the shores of "almost something for folks with motoric issues" but to be honest it looks like it came in short in that department aswell...

    When it comes ****** kitchen utensils people buy this one is a favourite of mine :
    -"we're gonna make gluten free lasagna"

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    *** did someone design an object that is more shite than a spoon with non slip handles???

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    I'm a bit surprised this doesn't have the Swiffer name on it _

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    Why are you guys so negative? I see an opportunity for our knife makers; the Bob Kramers of fruit scissors! BTW, a woman with strong hands - what's your point?
    Everywhere you go, there you are.

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    I think the point is that female hands are considered to be dainty and small if they are to be beautiful (I know I've mangled that sentence but I think it gets the point across)

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