What is it? #526

Bamber

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Between 7½ and 9½ inches, 19 to 24 centimetres long,
four examples of what, exactly?
They have a quite specific name and function.


 

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they remind me of the seam ripper my sister was using a couple of weekends ago, but these seem a bit long for that hmm.gif
 

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When I was a little boy, my uncles all called be 'Buster' ~ have no idea why, certainly not after the famous swimmer, albeit his name was Crabbe ~ but for some strange reason, I think these are 'seafood' [crab/lobster] forks!
 

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From what have been told and seen in my travels seem to look like small spoons for heating up your Cocaine or Heroin or Methamphetamine.
 

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I think they're seafood picks for crab legs, makes RL right ♥
still seem a bit long for that! lol
 

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When I was a little boy, my uncles all called be 'Buster' ~ have no idea why, certainly not after the famous swimmer, albeit his name was Crabbe ~ but for some strange reason, I think these are 'seafood' [crab/lobster] forks!
Maybe you were a bit clumsy! I think you cracked this one!
 

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When I was a little boy, my uncles all called be 'Buster' ~ have no idea why, certainly not after the famous swimmer, albeit his name was Crabbe ~ but for some strange reason, I think these are 'seafood' [crab/lobster] forks!
Close enough. They are actually lobster picks.



Lobster forks have longer, wider spaced tines, and these are longer than crab picks as lobsters have longer shelled areas to probe for that extra morsel of food.
 
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