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Whisk Sharpening Kit

New, from the Acme Utensil-Conversion Equipment Co.
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There are times when one requires a blender, but all that one owns is a whisk.

At such times, reach into your cupboard and retrieve your Whisk Sharpening Kit. Moments later, you will be in possession of something that may function as a blender!

Coming soon, in the same series: spoon-to-knife grinder, baking tray-to-cheese grater punch, saucepan-to-frying pan press, ladle shrinker, teaspoon embiggener, blender bluntener, and the chopstick-to-toothpick lathe which comes free with the cast-your-own-cookware kit. Never run short of utensils again!

mitxela, Mar 24 2014

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       Would any of these come complete with the roll of baling wire, or would one have to go and cut a little piece of the neighbour's fence to complete that kind of job?   

       And you know the kind of neighbour's fence one uses for barbeques? Maybe something to splinter bits of that into rough chopsticks would be useful, too.
skoomphemph, Mar 24 2014
  

       Sharp things [+].
8th of 7, Mar 24 2014
  

       Power tools in the kitchen [+]
pocmloc, Mar 24 2014
  

       [+] I like it.
I missed the hb for almost 24 hours! I was so happy to see it was still here!
I would love the cast-your-own-cookware set. I would make strange shapes of everything.
xandram, Mar 25 2014
  

       After posting this, I came back to check on it and the bakery had disappeared - I was worried I might have used the secret code word which triggers the self destruct...
mitxela, Mar 25 2014
  

       And it was worryingly yellow.
pocmloc, Mar 25 2014
  

       //There are times when one requires a blender, but all that one owns is a whisk.//   

       That sentence should be opening of a novel of some sort.   

       Perhaps the next sentence would be: "I can assure you, Mr. Bond, that your lady friend will give us the information we want. However, it might take a little longer than I had expected."
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 25 2014
  

       " After posting this, I came back to check on it and the bakery had disappeared - I was worried I might have used the secret code word which triggers the self destruct..."   

       THAT'S why the word is a secret. Fortunately some of us know the safe word.
normzone, Mar 25 2014
  

       (+) For any invention that employs an embiggener.
cudgel, Mar 25 2014
  

       I'd have preferred the use of a desmallenator
bs0u0155, Mar 25 2014
  

       // That sentence should be opening of a novel of some sort //   

       "Grater Expectations" ?
8th of 7, Mar 25 2014
  
      
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