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Game: Guess the mystery object !

HIMNL9

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That's because you have wicked mind.:angel:

Naaah ..... it's only a bit of sane and normal perverted nature ..... :p :D

(then say me that the inventor of a "skirt lifter" for girls, don't had a wicked mind :crackup:)
 



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Well since no one has posted anything in awhile, here is another hard one. (I hope)

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It is a type of cutter, but I'm looking for something more specific. Prototype is close, but not quite.

And thankfully this has nothing to do with foreskin, although I figured someone would go there. LOL :p
 

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Nope. Again pretty close though. I would classify this as a very hard one.

This is not something that would be typically used in the US, or really any Western country. (as I understand it)
 

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Nope. Not for salt or for measuring anything.

I'll post the answer tomorrow if no ones gets it before then. Seems pretty quite around here today.
 

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For cutting sugar cane branches or dates, or something similar?

Edit: I thought it could be also a nut cutter
 
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I think it's too fancy for field work, it's a pasta cutter.
 
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And we have a winner! :p

It's a betel nut cuttter, also known as an areca nut. This nut is sliced with a cutter when dry and wrapped in betel leaves. It's then chewed for a mild stimulant effect.

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Years ago had seen similar ones in Afghanistan, and was used to cut sugar cane branches and dates.

Ok, let's see how about this object.

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