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I am a model. At the moment I am Marshal Ney from the Airfix Napoleonic Wars gift set..




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12th Feb 2007, 13:42   | tags:,,

egg slicer?

12th Feb 2007, 13:44

Twiglet says:

Close but no cigar....

12th Feb 2007, 13:44

Nope it is for fruit, but I can't think which one...

Bacon? No that's not a fruit

ummm

12th Feb 2007, 13:48

chocolate orange separator?

12th Feb 2007, 14:06

paintist says:

lengthways banana slicer....

12th Feb 2007, 14:15

spongevid says:

an avocado slicer!!

12th Feb 2007, 14:19

paintist says:

by george I think she's got it! avocado.....

12th Feb 2007, 14:30

That was the word I was looking for 'Avocado'!

12th Feb 2007, 15:03

swamprose says:

but but but...
that's not how you slice avacadoes!

no? yes? si?

what do I know about kitchen implements? nada

12th Feb 2007, 15:09

FilbertFox says:

blimey. Does one need a special gadget for such things?

12th Feb 2007, 16:17

Twiglet says:

Total respect for spongevid (and the student lifestyle!) for the correct answer. Next question: How do you use it? I tend to cut avocados in half lengthways, remove the stone then eat it....Doesn't everyone?

12th Feb 2007, 17:29

JokerXL says:

A "thwakwanner"
a must for every "thwak-fan"
"Wanning" is so much more fun with a proper "Thwakwanner"!
And that one, if I'm not mistaken, looks very much like an original "SchlargWurgler Thwakwanner" They're the BEST, and quite, quite rare.
You're very lucky.

12th Feb 2007, 18:26

Twiglet says:

: D

12th Feb 2007, 18:29

When you have cut it in half, removed the stone then you use the gadget to slice it.

Apparently

13th Feb 2007, 17:52

swamprose says:

with the skin on, sfg?

I do not understand this tool. In Central America, where kids have avacado fights instead of snowball fights, I can guarantee this tool has nver been seen...: )

14th Feb 2007, 00:31