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Williams-Sonoma ???

My mother-in- law turned me on to this company ( great stuff ) and I ended up with one of these
Food Choppers, Citrus Juicers & Garlic Presses | Williams-Sonoma

Great for my 1/2 lb pineapple/teriyaki burgers and the shell make a great place to pour my malibu and pineapple juice while I BBQ

oh well, I sure that was interesting to know

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My mother-in- law turned me on to this company ( great stuff ) and I ended up with one of these
Food Choppers, Citrus Juicers & Garlic Presses | Williams-Sonoma

Great for my 1/2 lb pineapple/teriyaki burgers and the shell make a great place to pour my malibu and pineapple juice while I BBQ

oh well, I sure that was interesting to know
Oh well PoopDeck, I had a look.

There are actually a few quite useful and interesting products on that site but jaysus... some of them are a tadge dodgey .... the world needs a banana slicer ? Mercy. How dim do you have to be to need a banana slicer.

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I had to laugh when I saw them as a sailnet advertiser but hey, they do have some cool stuff

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Oh well PoopDeck, I had a look.

There are actually a few quite useful and interesting products on that site but jaysus... some of them are a tadge dodgey .... the world needs a banana slicer ? Mercy. How dim do you have to be to need a banana slicer.
How dim? Good God Fuzzy haven't you ever seen those Sea Ray jockeys on a weekend cruise?

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There is one at the mall by my house. My wife's loves the place... I like the fact that the have star wars cookie cutters and pancake molds. Breakfast has been way more fun.
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