So...think fixed-blade knives are the ultimate in reliability?

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    Smile So...think fixed-blade knives are the ultimate in reliability?

    My wife just got an expensive paring knife from a well-known German cutlery company a few days ago. It was a warranty replacement for another one that we had for many years - the handle broke, and they have a lifetime warranty.

    Imagine her surprise when she went to use it to cut a chocolate Easter bunny - and the blade snapped in two!

    Serves as a reminder that anything made by man can fail - and a backup plan is a good idea.

    I think my wife officially out-did Rollo!
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    That proves those chocolate Easter bunnies are made from hard plastic. That's what they taste like too.
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    Don't blame the knife. It's her fault.

    If she would have just bitten the doggone ears off that bunny like everybody else does she would still have a knife right now.
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    That rabbit's got a vicious streak a mile wide. It's a killer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    Don't blame the knife. It's her fault.

    If she would have just bitten the doggone ears off that bunny like everybody else does she would still have a knife right now.
    or maybe no teeth? That's a heck of a strong chocolate bunny!
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    When facing hordes of chocolate bunnies...bring enough knife.

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