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Flaming Pocket Knife of Coolness

by Shane McGlaun
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There are always times when you need a knife. You have to open a package, cut the top off a bag of beef jerky, or remove a child’s toy from a dastardly box. Without a knife, you are left poking holes in stuff with a pen hoping it will come out. Perhaps you have a geek friend that you want to give a knife too that likes flames and stuff, but you are cheap – this is your gift.

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Check out these knives, they look pretty darn cool with flame designs and come in three colors. They aren’t benchmade quality, but they also won’t cost you a ton of money. These knives are just $11.99(USD) each and at that price, you can lose it and not lose your mind either.

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The knives come in gold, blue, and silver colors and have pocket clips. The blue is definitely the coolest color. The knives are made from 440 stainless steel. You can get one or all three at ThinkGeek and be the envy of the Dungeons & Dragons party.

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