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What Is It? game 335

W00t! It's time for another contest collaboration with the excellent What Is It? blog. Can you guess what this odd item is? This week, we are looking for funny and clever answers, not the correct one, but if you guess correctly, you'll win our undying respect. If you have one of the two funniest answers, you'll win a T-Shirt from the NeatoShop!

Place your guess in the comment section. One guess per comment, though you can enter as many guesses as you'd like. You have until the answer is revealed on the What Is It? Blog tomorrow.

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.

There are other mystery items, too, at the What Is It? blog. Good luck!

Update: This is a pineapple eye snip, for removing the eyes when peeling them, patent number 681,339. What’s a pineapple eye? You can see them in this article about a different eye-removing tool.

Patrick Scott 1 had a funny answer: “Mom's tongue forceps, for washing your mouth out with soap, you foul mouthed kid!” Sounds like a good idea to me -and good for a T-shirt from the NeatoShop. So is the comment from tchitchou, “This is the device Edward scissorhands used to go to the bathroom. Everybody understand why. Brrrrrrrr.” Congratulations to both! We’ll do it again next week. See the answers to the other mystery items at the What Is It? blog.

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These are shears that are used to create fake scallops from boneless pork rectums (inverted).

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I'm sure it's a tjhing for difficult deliveries of avocado stones.
The last one on the page is clearly a thing for force-feeding pate de foie gras to food critics.
I would have put the proper accent on pate, of course, but I can't get the char-map to work in Ubuntu.
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It's a Moel's Aid. Slip the tip in the round bit, press down on the handle and snip the bits that squish out. I just wonder if they make one for left handed people ...

Kwisatz Haderach, chocolate, 5x
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Fingerprint-pliers very useful to take fingerprints form feculent arrested subjects, a pocile officer rejects to even touch. The finger tip is gripped with the pliers, so that the finger pad is surrounded by the ringlike structure. A police officer may now press the finger pad onto an ink pad. The officer may also control finger-printing process with the pliers. No need to touch suspect suspects and no more inky officer fingers!

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It's one of 3 rulers made from George Washington's false teeth! Cool! How did you get one?? Scissormabobs are only shown for scale.

Cat suit - beige Med
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Hmm.. if I had to guess I'd say this is a device specifically made for taking shrunken/pickled body parts out of liquid-filled jars. Y'know, when the mad scientist doesn't want to get their hands all icky and gutsy..

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This sweet device is for making Lilliputian snow balls, mud balls, cookie balls, melon balls, or whatever ball your heart desires. Please wash thoroughly between uses.
The Love Bug, 2x Charcoal
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