What Is It? game 156



It is time for our giveaway collaboration with the always amusing What Is It? Blog! Can you guess what this object is?

Place your guess in the comment section below. One guess per comment, please, though you can enter as many as you'd like. Post no URLs or weblinks, as doing so will forfeit your entry. Two winners: the first correct guess and the funniest (albeit ultimately wrong) guess will win T-shirt from the NeatoShop.

Please write your T-shirt selection alongside your guess. If you don't include a selection, you forfeit the prize, okay? May we suggest the Science T-Shirt, Funny T-Shirt and Artist-Designed T-Shirts?

For more clues, check out the What Is It? Blog. Good luck!

Update: The object is an old gambling die. shin knew what it is, and Sonnuvah had the funniest answer: a 35-pound dumbbell buried up to its neck! Both win t-shirts from the NeatoShop.

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The above item was used in the ancient art of alchemy. It let the fates tell you how many drops of unicorn blood were needed to successfully turn lead into gold. If it landed on its side, then the time wasn't right.

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It is a bronze sex toy for female robots of course.
Basically it is inserted into the female robot's hexobulator and rotated.

I will not go into explicit details as this is a family website, but I think you can use your imagination to figure out the rest.

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This is from the silent film era and is the revolving number plate for James Bond's Model-T Ford. The car also had an ejector-seat (a mule hidden under the passenger seat for which Bond had a poking-stick to irritate it), and to avoid pursuit it could drop hundreds of banana-skins at the tug of a lever

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