Anybody Know what this is?
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Good morning!
Hope everyone had a great Christmas!
We recieved this as a gift from some friends in Florida.
We are at a loss as to the intended use.
Beard comb?
Culinary cutting aid?
Back scratcher?
I have looked online but couldn't find anything.
Has anyone ever seen this?
Thanks!


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  Re: Anybody Know what this is? by Dusty Workshop (Good morning! Hope ...)
(12-26-2019, 09:06 AM)Dusty Workshop Wrote: Good morning!
Hope everyone had a great Christmas!
We recieved this as a gift from some friends in Florida.
We are at a loss as to the intended use.
Beard comb?
Culinary cutting aid?
Back scratcher?
I have looked online but couldn't find anything.
Has anyone ever seen this?
Thanks!

dimensions?
meat tenderizer?
Grippers?
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  Re: Anybody Know what this is? by Dusty Workshop (Good morning! Hope ...)
I’d guess culinary cutting aid, though I think a fudge would work better and be easier to clean.
Carolyn

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  Re: Anybody Know what this is? by Dusty Workshop (Good morning! Hope ...)
(12-26-2019, 09:06 AM)Dusty Workshop Wrote: Good morning!
Hope everyone had a great Christmas!
We recieved this as a gift from some friends in Florida.
We are at a loss as to the intended use.
Beard comb?
Culinary cutting aid?
Back scratcher?
I have looked online but couldn't find anything.
Has anyone ever seen this?
Thanks!

For holding corn on the cob
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  Re: Anybody Know what this is? by Dusty Workshop (Good morning! Hope ...)
The base is 2" Dia.
Height 2.75" without spikes
Spikes are just short of 1" long.

Way to big for a corn holder.

I thought it could be to shred smoked meats but you would need 2.
Any other thoughts?


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  Re: Anybody Know what this is? by Dusty Workshop (Good morning! Hope ...)
If yo u bake crackers you could use that to punch holes in the dough to let the steam out so that they don’t rise.

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  Re: Anybody Know what this is? by Dusty Workshop (Good morning! Hope ...)
I'm guessing something to do with yarn making/combing fleece?? Just a guess!!
earl
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  Re: Anybody Know what this is? by Dusty Workshop (Good morning! Hope ...)
Instead of asking us, why not ask the gifters?
Carolyn

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  Re: Anybody Know what this is? by Dusty Workshop (Good morning! Hope ...)
"What can send to Dusty as a Christmas present? The guy has everything!" 

"I know. I have this extra cherry knob and these pointy dowels. I'll put them together and finish it nice. Ought to keep him guessing for awhile."

"Excellent idea! I'll get a box."

Big Grin
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  Re: RE: Anybody Know what this is? by MsNomer (Instead of asking us...)
(12-26-2019, 04:31 PM)MsNomer Wrote: Instead of asking us, why not ask the gifters?

LOML and I got married in '82. We never have found out what one of the wedding presents was. The gifter just smiled and refused to tell me.

To the OP: other than woodworking, what hobbies do you have that the gifter would know about?

the ideas so far that seem to make sense to me:
meat tenderizer
raw wool comb
cracker vent tool
curry comb for pets
tool for piercing jello for spiking Winkgrin
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