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Originally posted by LiveForever8
I was moving into a new flat a few months back and so went to the local appliance shop for some basic kitchen appliances.
I bought a a dinner set that included some rather cheap and harmless dinner knives.
Now im 20 years old and wouldnt say i look any younger at all, (afterall i get served for alcohol no problem), but couldnt believe it when the dowdy looking checkout woman asked me for ID.
ID to buy some crappy knives and forks that could barely cut through butter!
Originally posted by star in a jar It won't be long before the UK has an rock roundup and tree- clearing.
Originally posted by riff_raff The most effective way to kill someone in the UK is to force them into the UK's health care system. After a day or two in a UK public hospital, they'll likely contract a MSRA infection and die a horrible, agonizing death. /quote]
Actually, I couldn't disagree more. On 17th July 2007, I suffered a heart attack. It started about 0700 hours and at 1130 hours, I was taken to the new A & E Wing at Gloucester Royal Hospital.
I went through the A & E system and was admitted to the Chest Pain Assessment Unit and stayed there four days.
The treatment I received was second to none and the staff were superb.
Originally posted by argentus
What next? smokeless nukes?
Originally posted by IntastellaBurst
This is ridiculous, ... as its only used in kitchens, .... who goes out robbing people with kitchen knives ?? ..... It's actually a bad thing when u think about it .... cause the only reason u would use a kitchen knife to stab somebody is if they broke in.
.... I'll be waiting for the days when gangs pull out " switchblade-combs".
Originally posted by IntastellaBurst This is ridiculous, ... as its only used in kitchens, .... who goes out robbing people with kitchen knives?
Originally posted by Wembley
Posters here seem to have seriously missed the point. (Unlike the stab-proof knife, which deliberately omits the point).
Rather than looking for cases where it won't work, ask yourself if there are cases where this type of knife might provide a safety advantage.
Originally posted by Alexander the Great
It can still be used as a weapon, just treat your victim as a if he/she was a vegetable.