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Butterfly Knife, Fork & Spoon

for the Ninja who has everything.
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Available in a variety of finishes: abalone, carved ivory, hand-painted teak, blued steel and Sheffield silver & stainless.

Order now and for each complete place-setting receive a masterfully engraved display chest and a bonus butterfly steak-knife.

FlyingToaster, Feb 19 2012

Butterfly Cutlery http://undergrowthd...terfly-cutlery.html
Now fortified with irony. (and immagery whatever that is) [AusCan531, Feb 20 2012]

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       I'll take mine in Chobham-grade ceramic composite, please. Does it come in Coyote Brown?
Alterother, Feb 19 2012
  

       Tamahagane steel for ours, please, with ivory and turtle-shell finish, in a panda-skin covered presentation box made of whalebone.
8th of 7, Feb 19 2012
  

       <snickety-snickety-snick> Slurp!
<snickety-snackerty-snick> Chew!
<snickerty-snickerty-snick> Stirr!
zen_tom, Feb 20 2012
  

       [Ao] All mil-spec flatware comes in a canvas foldover complete with velcroed belt-loop, available in both light brown and green.   

       [8th] On order pending the deposit... oh, and accounting requests that the Krugerrands not have chocolate centers this time.   

       [zt] exactly: I was imagining a tableful of diners with complete 10(?) piece sets in wrist holsters, snickety-snacketying their way through dinner, desert and coffee. § x1
FlyingToaster, Feb 20 2012
  

       // accounting requests that the Krugerrands not have chocolate centers this time //   

       Accountants have NO sense of humour ...   

       When you forge the steel, rather than just using regular straw during the folding-and-hammering, can you please use the dried stems of some extremely rare orchids or something ? Also, the charcoal for the forge should be made from Bristlecone Pine wood, just to make it extra-special.
8th of 7, Feb 20 2012
  

       Existing product. [link]. Sounds more like a [Maxwell Buchanan] sorta thing than what [ft] had in mind.
AusCan531, Feb 20 2012
  

       //      All mil-spec flatware comes in a canvas foldover complete with velcroed belt-loop, available in both light brown and green.   //   

       You know me so well.
Alterother, Feb 21 2012
  

       //Existing product// umm... you've linked to cutlery with a pretty butterfly insignia.
FlyingToaster, Feb 21 2012
  

       Yep, the name of the post is: Butterfly Knife, Fork & Spoon. I said it wasn't what you had in mind. (Ha ha, made ya look!)
AusCan531, Feb 21 2012
  
      
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