Saturday, October 19, 2013

Well That Explains It

I always wondered what those things were.


I just thought they were called 'thingamajigs.'

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  1. A formalization of the word doohickey. It's about time!!

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    1. Now, if I could only learn what a "whatchamacallit" is.

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  2. It pleases me that such a product exists. Now to question just what they're for.

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    1. Probably for scratching things.

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    2. We had lobster yesterday for dinner...I utilized my doohickey at the table... in front of my parents... and it wasn't awkward at all. :)

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    3. I know there's a joke there somewhere, but I can't think of it.

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  3. So they scrape hickeys off? Might hurt

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    1. But, they'll dissuade any awkward questions. So, it's a "win-win" situation.

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  4. I have several doohickeys in my house but they don't look like this.

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    1. I know. And they even expect me to feed them.

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  5. Whatchamacallit's are candy bars Al. Doohickey's in New Jersey are much different than these.....haha

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    1. Thats right! I forgot about those candy bars.

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  6. they're not called robotic claws?

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  7. 2 pronged seafood forks.
    Zere you go.
    And you're welcome.

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    1. So THATs what "fruits du mer" mean.
      I thought it was a seafood gay thing.

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  8. Yup. Someone is getting paid to go: "Yeeeah. Can't be bothered..."

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  9. I've always wondered what these bad boys are, I only really see them and use them over in the States, very useful!

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    1. They're supposed to be used for fruits du mer or "fruits of the sea."
      Gay Aquaman?

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  10. They look just like my fondue forks.

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    1. I actually thought they were used to scratch my a...uh...fondue forks. Okay, we'll go with fondue forks.

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  11. A doohickey? Is that a special kind of hickey, inflicted with a metal prong? You Americans invent new words for everything.

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    1. They could be hickey REMOVERS, I suppose.

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  12. I agree with Ruth. Fondue forks! Now I have another use for them! Yeah, as if I eat lobster every day in this house!

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    1. That actually would be a great use for them. Plus, you could use them to scratch your as....or dip strawberries in melted chocolate.

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  13. So I know what a doohickey looks like

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