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We have two (a coincidentially matching pair) of these at home. They have a few uses: Ours are similar proportions to steak knives, and they work very well for that (or pizza). I sometimes call them "cheese sandwich knives", because they cut both bread and cheese (and tomatoes if that's your thing). This means they're good for taking on picnics or for ...


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You are not missing anything, that is a cheap serrated "no sharpening" knife from a set. The only possible advantage to it would be when cutting soft tomatoes, where having a bit of serration helps. For that I use a bread knife anyway, so I'd say you have no use for that knife at all in the kitchen.


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While performing on stage I adopted the "lob a full 360" approach but my juggling partner usually returned them. Now I would take it to my dump, tip, recycling centre, and present it to a member of staff. This has three advantages:- 1/ No wrapping or unpleasant bending. 2/ It's a day out. 3/ It becomes an S.E.P. [Someone Else's Problem] My brother, a ...



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