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New from BorgCo, on first inspection this looks just like a set of interlocked, stainless-steel Olympic rings that could be attached to a keyring - although they're just a bit large.
However, press the concealed catch, pull gently, and the five rings can be pulled apart on cunningly crafted pivots
and sliding bars, locking into a handy knuckleduster.
Press the release catch and squeeze; back to that now oh-so-familiar logo in the blink of an eye.
Now, when someone asks you your opinion of London hosting the 2012 Olympics, you're ideally equipped to push their teeth down their miserable throat in tiny sharp-edged fragments with a perfectly co-ordinated right hook to the jaw.
Comes in a special presentation box complete with a spray-bottle of special cleaner, guaranteed to destroy any forensic traces of blood, skin, tissue or bone in a single application.
||Poor formthe Olympics have been over for nearly a month
already. Frustrating though it might be, I'm afraid decorum
dictates that you should have sat on this idea for a couple
||The Olympics are very much alive. Closing ceremony of
wonderful Paralympics currently gracing my tv.
||I see only two flaws with this idea. The first is
that knuckledusters conventionally accommodate
four digits rather than five, but perhaps the Borg
have a different arrangement.
||The second is that, in fact, I think old Blighty did
rather well with the Olympics and put on a
damned fine show. Considering that the budget
was only a shade over £20, I think we knocked the
spots off the Chinese. Plus our fireworks weren't
Photoshopped in afterwards.