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Swiss army tie

A tie with all the features of the Swiss army knife
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Who needs a bulky Swiss army knife hanging around in your trouser pocket, stay fashionable and smart. Utilising the Swiss army tie gives you all the tools normally found in the famous Pen knife. Need a pair of scissors, perhaps a handy saw or toothpick, well look no further its all here, tucked away in the Swiss army tie.
Micky Dread, Nov 21 2002

Here it is http://www.amazon.c...=reader#reader-link
The art of Chindogu [skinflaps, Oct 04 2004]

(?) Swiss Card http://www.swisskni...o.uk/swisscard.html
Don't leave home without it. [8th of 7, Oct 04 2004]

(?) Tactical Tie http://www.actionge...x=24471&M5.ctx=3535
not quite the same thing, but a close relative [krelnik, Oct 04 2004]

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       Micky ,have you been reading those Japanese picture books on wacky Japanese inventions ?   

       Link provided.
skinflaps, Nov 21 2002
  

       Nope, its all my own work, I like the umbrella though.
Micky Dread, Nov 21 2002
  

       Baked. If you have a wide tie you can carry a Swiss Card multitool inside it, held in with velcro. Very useful. NB remove tool before tying tie. You can also carry small knives like this but make sure they are in a suitable sheath .....   

       I have yet to investigate the potential of Bow Ties ...
8th of 7, Nov 21 2002
  

       I used to write cheat notes for exams on my tie, as well as my ruler and watch band.
Gulherme, Nov 21 2002
  

       That's only useful, [Gulh], if they help you pass the exam.
PeterSilly, Nov 21 2002
  

       My physics teacher was told to take of his 'physics formulae' tie whilst envigilating in June's GCSE physics exam.
Parvenu, Nov 21 2002
  

       "Now James, do be more careful with the tie than you were with the Aston Martin..."
RayfordSteele, Nov 21 2002
  

       What would happen if you got your tie caught in the papershredder?
reheated, Nov 23 2002
  

       Ran across something billed as the "world's first load-bearing tie" so I just had to post it here. See link.
krelnik, Nov 25 2002
  
      
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