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Coronavirus Body Scratcher

A small silver-plated mace, which head is shaped like the disease in question.
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Useful for scratching back, face, whatever... also, if properly weighted, useful for maintaining social distance.
FlyingToaster, Mar 25 2020

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       Silver is intrinsically biocidal. Very appropriate. [+]
8th of 7, Mar 25 2020
  

       Not so good against werewolves, though.
8th of 7, Mar 25 2020
  

       Because of fine detail, isn't it going to be a bit grippy for quick repeated zombie function?   

       The spike, may be a blurred view historic thing, really isn't a good label. I imagine the glycoprotein globular end shape would lend more to a massaging action.
wjt, Mar 25 2020
  

       If the antigen sites have fractal-engraved surfaces, they should be rough enough for the desired mild dermal abrasion.   

       It needs to be about half a metre long, and solid silver to give plenty of momentum in the strike - a one-hit-one-kill skull fracturing tool.   

       No good against plate armour, mind, but that's hardly an issue.   

       So, good against werewolves, zombies, and irritating itches. Can it have an anti-vampire feature? Folds out into a crucifix, sprays holy water or garlic essence ?
8th of 7, Mar 25 2020
  

       ^ well, no 'cuz then it would be a whatsis : catholic holy water flinger thingy.
FlyingToaster, Mar 26 2020
  

       Aspergillum.
8th of 7, Mar 26 2020
  

       gesundheit.
FlyingToaster, Mar 26 2020
  

       Thankyou.
8th of 7, Mar 26 2020
  
      
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