Sunday, 18 July 2010

As Much Use As A Chocolate Knife

Where to buy them
Nuff  Sed

SBW

12 comments:

No One You Know said...

I have to admit, while I am not a fan of chocolate, I would buy this in a heartbeat as a gift for multiple friends, as well as children of friends. It's pretty much the coolest idea EVER for a stocking stuffer or a lil' somethin' extra to attach to a gift. Thanks for sharing it!

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Who said anything about sharing? It's mine, all mine AR HAR HAR!!
SBW

No One You Know said...

hmm... guess that means I should scratch you off the "buy a gift for" list? ;p

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Delighted to hear I was ever on any ones gift list.
SBW

Coloradocasters said...

I could see me playing a few pranks on the youngsters with this in the fall. “Hey, Jimmy! Go get that new knife I bought you and cut a section of that rope off.” “What? Chocolate? Oh no Jimmy…that is the only knife I brought…we could die out here! Break me off about half that knife while I figure out how to get us out this mess.”

NorCal Cazadora said...

The only problem I see with this knife is that it won't last long. My last Swiss Army knife lasted nearly 20 years before I lost it in a field on a chukar hunt.

At least I didn't lose a chocolate one. That would've been devastating.

Murphyfish said...

So here's me considering my ever expanding girth and ever more rotund shape and what could I possibly do to bring it to a halt, and you post this, well thanks a million.... do look nice though.... just one maybe... with a cider........or two
John

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

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Ah teasing the young and gullible, maybe there is something to be said for being an oldster after all. Or as PJ o'rouke put it 'age and guile will beat youth and a bad hair cut every time'
SBW

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Murphyfish

those words have been the down fall of may a good man
'With cider'
SBW

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Norcal

SAKs come and SAKs go I know a few people who have really old ones I've always traded them, lost them or given them away, something about their utilitarian-ness that means i don't get as attached to them as i do to the other knives in the draw. Been meaning to make a full custom one though.
SBW

Dave said...

Oh man, my wife bought me a "case" of 5 of them when she was in Montreal a year ago. They taste great!!

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Dave

The filling looks a lot like the filling of Cote d'Or 'elephants' are they the same?
SBW