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Corny 1 week ago
Uh. #26 doesn't say what the dang thing is!
       
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Clara 1 week ago
Corny,

If I remember correctly that's a book holder, two straps are used to hold the books and that's the handle.
       
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Lib 1 week ago
#36 or wine maker?
Used on a siphon hose to keep air from entering the vine wile not used, thus preventing vineger growth.
       
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Arnie 1 week ago
#15 You've never been in the army during in a winter exercise if you didn't recognize this
       
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Paula 1 week ago
Arnie,

My Dad had some, he'd get them out when we went ice fishing!

Don't Google it, Duckle it! acute acute
       
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Hal 1 week ago
#24 either your granny loves small flowers or those are sex trophies lol
       
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Sharon 1 week ago
No. 13: ya pucher weed in there
       
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Terence 1 week ago
#3 - It's a sword holder. The scabbard has a shaped flange that gets inserted into the hole, you rotate the scabbard and it doesn't fall off the sword belt..
       
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Thias 1 week ago
#25 is used to strip corn off the cob.
       
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"Blue nets tied between the trees. Found while hiking in the Cinque Terre National Park in Italy"

A: "Pretty sure these are nets for catching the fruit from the tree – currently rolled up because there is no fruit. They were spread out to cover the area beneath the trees when I was there in late summer. I believe it’s for olives."

 

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