March 31, 2007
When I'm done placing slices of delicious cheese on my sandwich I very often plane off another slice for scarfing (I'm Norwegian, so my slices are made with a cheese plane), and then hum/sing "Thank you, Cheesus! Thank you, Cheesus!" in a gospel chant kind of way, upper body motions included.
Don't like cheese planes. Soft cheeses don't work well with them. I prefer teeth.
Posted by: McGurk at April 12, 2007 06:04 PM (Ri74D)
Posted by: retroflex at April 13, 2007 08:45 AM (/5xrz)
As one who's actually, out of necessity, used phillips head screwdrivers on torx screws, I believe that tools with limitations are crap.
Look at that phillips screwdriver, for example. It's also a pry bar, a tack driver, a staple remover; can handle flathead screws, torx, square drive, pozidriv, hexagonal; it can be used as a paint stirrer, an awl, a pilot hole starter, a sex toy, etc... I could go on.
A "cheese plane" isn't even a friggin' cheese plane. its a HARD cheese plane. Imagine a phillips head screwdriver that only worked with countersunk screws. That'd be stupid. Just like "cheese planes".
Posted by: McGurk at April 13, 2007 02:20 PM (Ri74D)
Posted by: scarlet_35 at July 02, 2007 05:07 PM (KqABb)
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