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Re: Mystery Tool 68

Posted: Wed Apr 08, 2009 10:23 am
by zelph
Mister Krabs wrote:it's a dingleberry brush. :D


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Ouch!!!!!!


Have not seen that term used in a looooooooong time.

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Re: Mystery Tool 68

Posted: Thu Apr 09, 2009 11:44 pm
by JohnnyB
Is it a tool used to thin cotton?

Re: Mystery Tool 68

Posted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 1:52 am
by realityguy
Hmm..my cats are always begging to be brushed..maybe if I used that they wouldn't be such pests about it... :lol:

Re: Mystery Tool 68

Posted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 11:04 am
by zelph
zelph wrote:Give this one a try.....

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Congratulations beemerphil!!!!!

It's a meat tenderizer :D

It looks like a gnarling tool. It is surely gnarlly looking compared to a knarling tool which is usually fine looking and has 2 wheels. :)

A "Carding" tool for cotton, hmmmm!!! maybe for full bales to break them down into handfuls :) (good guess)

It would definately deter cats from wanting to be brushed :mrgreen:

I've been in some "greasy spoons" that sure could use such a tool to clean their encrusted grills :mrgreen: good one vibe.

One whack with this on a sheet of metal would surely "expand" it IRA

Looking at my wood trim around the house and the foam rubber door seals..I think my two cats have four of those...


:lol: I can relate. My cats will become outdoor cats now that warmer weather is here. :D The greenhouse will now be their residence :o

Used to hold down spam from escaping the grill.


:mrgreen: spam is quite slippery once the fat starts to ooze and this tool looks like it would hold it firm to the grille :D

It may have been a multiuse tool for "Paul Bunyon" put checkering on his rifle butts and maybe, just maybe to remove dingleberrys that MisterKrabs spoke of :lol:

Beemer, PM me your mailing address :D

Re: Mystery Tool 68

Posted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 11:09 am
by DarenN
a meat tenderizer wouldn't be required if you bought better cuts of hamburger. :mrgreen: ;)

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Re: Mystery Tool 68

Posted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 11:51 am
by realityguy
a meat tenderizer wouldn't be required if you bought better cuts of hamburger.


I don't know..if you have to use that on hamburger...I think I'd change butcher shops... :o ..I don't think you are getting beef. :lol:

Re: Mystery Tool 68

Posted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 2:49 pm
by zelph
DarenN wrote:a meat tenderizer wouldn't be required if you bought better cuts of hamburger. :mrgreen: ;)

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In BC they use old caribou and muskox for ground beef so they need somthing like this to tenderize their patties :mrgreen:

Re: Mystery Tool 68

Posted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 7:18 pm
by realityguy
In BC they use old caribou and muskox for ground beef so they need somthing like this to tenderize their patties :mrgreen:


I once knew a patty from there and once you got her snowshoes off she was actually pretty tender... :DB: ..OOOOHH :o ..That kind of patty..never mind... :oops:

Re: Mystery Tool 68

Posted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 7:46 pm
by DarenN
zelph wrote:
DarenN wrote:a meat tenderizer wouldn't be required if you bought better cuts of hamburger. :mrgreen: ;)

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In BC they use old caribou and muskox for ground beef so they need somthing like this to tenderize their patties :mrgreen:


we had to start useing caribou, and muskox for export to the US. some idiot politician down there thought our cows were angry, (or some such nonsense). ;) :mrgreen:

Re: Mystery Tool 68

Posted: Fri Apr 10, 2009 10:05 pm
by Ridgerunner
I once knew a patty from there and once you got her snowshoes off she was actually pretty tender... ..OOOOHH ..That kind of patty..never mind...


:lol: :lol: :lol: :DP: Good one RG.

Actually, I think Zelph uses this tool to get the mats out of his felines coat ! :o