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Knife Fight

A light cutlery combination.
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Knife Fight is a lightweight cutlery set that includes a mirrored-silver, shield-shaped cutting tray and a set of decorative steak knives.

The picture on the box set will present a warm holiday image, including a roaring fire and tumblers of hard liquor amongst festive colours.

The watermark engraving beneath the tray is designed to incite violence, triggering predictable conflicts with such warm messages as "A king must defend his castle", "A man must defend his honour", and "Your suspicions arn't unfounded". Each is delicately stamped with the foundry watermark, after careful research of domestic violence police reports.

guncandy, Nov 19 2015

SPARTA!!! http://4.bp.blogspo...ta-bem-legaus-2.jpg
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Nov 19 2015]


       The first rule of Fife club is...
normzone, Nov 19 2015

       ... never wash a window with a soft-boiled egg ?
8th of 7, Nov 19 2015

       I'm saying nothing.
pocmloc, Nov 20 2015

       //"Your suspicions arn't unfounded"// - you're right, typos do tend to incite violence.
hippo, Nov 20 2015

       It incites an interpretation event that should just be limited to the symbol but expands into a correction activity. 1) reading over the mistake 2) jarring at the mistake and blaming the writer 3)not jarring at the mistake but insulting the writer 4) not noticing the mistake
guncandy, Nov 20 2015

       If the typo is a pun then thats 5)noticing a mistake interpreting the typo as correct. 6) not noticing a mistake and not seeing the pun
guncandy, Nov 20 2015

       A miniscule amount of research using a small and entirely unrepresentative sample of individuals of the scotch persuasion indicates that "The first rule of Fife club" is in fact "Never, ever admit you've even been near the place."
8th of 7, Nov 20 2015

       Hard to deny it though, the ink they use for the passport stamps on the Tay Bridge and Forth Bridge border crossing points is pretty indelible.
pocmloc, Nov 20 2015


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