Anybody know what this is?

My son Dave is partying at a friends house this evening and they found something in one of the drawers that no one knows what it is.  Even the homeowner doesn’t know.   It looks like some kind of juicer to me.  Anybody know for sure what it is?

Thingy1  Thingy2

 

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37 thoughts on “Anybody know what this is?

  1. definitely looks like a lemon slice squeezer to me. Another one of those “for the person that has everything” sort of kitchen gadgets.

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  2. It’s a folding pipe cleaner. One end is for american made pipes and the other is for European bowls.

    Actually it’s a crampon politicians use for scaling the fiscal cliff. If you own one it means that there’s a congressman or senator without his safety gear…….uh oh!…..there he goes………ahhhhhhhhhh! Another victim of the fiscal cliff.

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  3. It’s a left handed Fetzer Valve Adjustment Tool. We use them all the time to repair the bypass line on a Boing Airliner. Happy New Year!!!

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  4. Jonco, you have some of the craziest followers who don’t seem to have a serious bone in their body…THANK GOD! Happy New Year’s to all you crazy people 😛 😀

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  5. Isn’t that the device your wife threatens to put your balls if you get drunk and embarrass her?

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  6. It is either a dipstick to check the turn signal blinker fluid in a 1936 Hudson Terraplane limousine, or its a stainless steel lemon slice squeezer.

    [img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f6/Hudson_Terraplane_4-D_Sedan_1938.jpg[/img]

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  7. These folks are messin with yer head, Jonco.
    I replaced this many times, so I recognized it right away: It’s the mud valve for the ’65 Chevy Corset. Sits right beside the pump for the brake lubricators. Extraordinarily rare now. Dave’s financial future will be secure forevermore with this find.

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    • Ok Joel, sorry, my mistake. I must have been thinking about aftermarket, service station installed blinkers. Thanks for your diligent help! Please take two attaboys, and a pat on the back from petty cash! 😉

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  8. Ok all…. I really don’t know what it is, but it might be an ashtray or a “thing-a-AMA-bob with a doo hickie connected by a quabbler shaft used for electronic repair on the Appallo 13”.

    Actually Jimmy just remembered what it was… It is a right handed muffler bearing adjuster tool on a 48 Coupe Deville.

    Ha!!!! Happy New Year to all!!!!

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  9. Your son is partying at a “fiends” house? 😉

    That device there is a multipurpose gadget. It can be used as a lemon juice squeeze-a-thingy like the good folks above commented, its also handy for adjusting the primary non-circulating air flow for a HVAC system.

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  10. Hey, come on guys / gals, we all know it’s an arse hole scratcher!!!! It saves you from having to scrub your finger nails after a really good scratch. You just put it in the dishwasher after use 🙂

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  11. Since finding an unknown something in the drawer in my mother’s bedside table, I never EVER ask “What is this thing I found?”

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  12. It is used to adjust the electron flow in a flux capacitor once it has been installed in your DeLorean.

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