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  • have you used one Mistery, if so at home or in a restaurant?

    just occurred to me none of my questions are doing much to help.

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    • I have used one - but which looks completely different, and more familiar.
      I haven't used this one yet.
      You use it at home. You use it on a certain type of "natural" food that grows on trees.

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      • A coconut opener.

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        • You come nearer Escape, but it's not used on coconuts.

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          • a nutcracker?

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            • A nut cracker (though it doesn't exactly look like one. )

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              • Yep, it's a mono pico Walnutcracker.
                (Though I think I'd just get bleeding fingers if I tried it, lol)

                RBS got it first

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                • wow. Gives some fresh cracked walnuts to Escape....well one small piece.....more like a shard....actually its a fragment that fell on the floor using that durn thing.

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                  • Great job, RBS!

                    And um.....thanks for the little shard of walnut that fell on the floor.

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                    • hehe, your welcome...here ya go

                      Last edited by RBS; 05-20-2008, 01:45:31.

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                      • Pencil sharpener?

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                        • no. there is one embedded hint in photo title, not a big one.

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                          • Looks like a crank for a toy or something.

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                            • crank is an ok description. Not for a toy. Most professional players of this instrument would keep it in a case. Using only before or after a performance.

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                              • I'm completely stuck. I don't know what instrument might require such an item.

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