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What Is It? Game 257

W00t! It's time for another collaboration with the always-excellent What Is It? blog. Can you guess what this strange object is used for?

Put your guess in the comment section below (click the +). One guess per comment, though you can enter as many guesses as you'd like. Please do not post any web link or URL - doing so will void your entry. You have until the answer is revealed on the What Is It? Blog tomorrow.

Two prizes: the first correct guess and the funniest yet wrong one will win a T-Shirt from the NeatoShop.

IMPORTANT: Please write your prize selection alongside your guess, so visit the NeatoShop and take a look around. If you don't write your prize selection, then you don't get the prize. I think you'll like the selection of funny t-shirts and science t-shirts -or even t-shirts of your favorite blogs and websites.

For an additional picture of this thing, go to What Is It? Blog. Good luck!

Update: the odd tool pictured is for cutting into grapefruit and removing the individual sections (patent number 2,637,899). Parrot Head was the first who knew the correct answer, and wins a t-shirt from the NeatoShop! Samantha Simons had the funniest answer: "It's the Queen of Heart's makeup trowel. She uses it to stamp on the hearts on her cheeks." That's clever enough for a t-shirt, too! Congratulations to the winners, and be sure to find out the answers to all the mystery items of the week at the What Is It? blog.

A heart shaped branding iron ...
both halfes may be split for broken hearts brandings...
very useful in branding studios for valentine days rush hours...

hoppy holydays 2X ladie's fit... in the suggested colour
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Ooh! I know!!! I know!!!

It's a section-separator thingie for when you're preparing half-a-grapefruit to eat for breakfast.

Prize: Does it have to be a T-Shirt? 'Cuz I am digging those Elmo Texting Gloves :-D

Or Mayan Apocalypse T in 2XL
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definitely a tool for buttoning things. The button goes in the middle of the heart shaped piece and the pointy end goes into the button hole

Evil Pinwheel of death size unisex small
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It's a plough. Back in the days before they were emancipated by humans, hamsters were secretly captured and sold into slavery by cat cartels and forced to plough fields of catnip for the underground market. The biggest of these cartels, the Imonna-sofa Cartel, was at one time operating over 10,000 hamster slaves, all toiling away at secret catnip plantations. This cartel dominated most of the illegal catnip market until its leader, Nyan Pusscobar, fell from grace in the now-infamous Rocking Chair Incident. After his tail was permanently bruised and deformed into a wavy rainbow he gave up the business and became a recluse. Today, his spirit is revered and memorialized on the Intercats and old-time catnip pushers still "defend their territory" in the hope of a return to the olden-days.

I Survived the Mayan Apocalypse XL
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