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mr drinky

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I always wondered what the funky ugly Shun scalloped utility knife was for. Apparently you are supposed to use it with the panini spatula for morons.



Panini Spatula

k.
 

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:haha4::haha4:
 

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I could never figure out how to cut a sandwich in half, that really solves the problem!
 

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Now they just need to make one with seven slots for making sushi! But then I'm not sure what you'd be able to scoop up with it... :scratchhead:
 

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Hmm

Is it a new style Gishiki-Bocho? :wink:

 

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That is it!!!!

What will they think of next.
 

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P.S. I like how the front edge of the spatula is flexible...the only part where flexing annoys the living crap out of you.
 

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Holy sh*t. I'm actually at a loss for words.
 

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LOLOL... well I'll be jiggered!
 

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Duuuuuh.... hey, look! We got an overgrind -->

 

NO ChoP!

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Ha! I think the parer is supposed to be a combo birds beak/ utility????

I saw a Wusthof version of that fugly sandwich slicer, and wondered who's been buying these to make them so popular? Surprised Furi hasn't picked up on it.....
 

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Ha! I think the parer is supposed to be a combo birds beak/ utility????
Spot on! Well played, sir. :)

I saw one of these at the fish markets knife store a while ago and you should have seen my jaw drop open. lol Even the store owner couldn't really say much about it except to go: "errrrrrrrr............. it's a fruit knife for, errrrrr....... 'round' fruit. lol

I immediately thought 'hmmm... ***** to sharpen!'

Thing is called 4" perfect paring knife (my ass). It's too freaking too big and heavy and why wouldn't you just get a $3 Forschner turner instead of spending $$ on one of these monstrosities??
 

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... why wouldn't you just get a $3 Forschner turner instead of spending $$ on one of these monstrosities??
That made me laugh - that's probably what 99% of the population would say about any of the knives we are discussing here ;)

Stefan
 

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I would never ever again buy forschner small knife which stays sharp for around like 2 potatoes youre turning.

But the shun is like Gillette Mach 14



The evolution of commerce

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That made me laugh - that's probably what 99% of the population would say about any of the knives we are discussing here ;)

Stefan
LOL. The Hawaiian German speaks the truth. He has rediscovered the irony in our obsession ;)

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That made me laugh - that's probably what 99% of the population would say about any of the knives we are discussing here ;)

Stefan
LOL true dat. It's what you might call a Pot-Kettle-Black comment!
 
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