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Swashbuckling BBQ Sword

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What ho! Take that, foul fiendish frankfurter! To the flame with you!

  • It's a sword! No, it's a skewer for cooking!
  • Heavy-guage stainless steel skewer
  • Easy-grip wood handle and metal hand shield

For millions of years, humans have gathered around the fire to keep warm. One enterprising early hominid stored his haunch of wildebeest too close to the flames, and came away with an unexpectedly juicy and delicious roast 'beest. In subsequent attempts to replicate this magic "cooking" process, however, those cavemen tried holding the meat over the fire with their hands. Several debilitating burns later, they learned to hold the meat over the flames with green sticks. That's using the old noodle!

Later, as technology progressed, mankind was able to work metal into spits, and cooking technology leaped forward. However, mankind also progressed in weapons technology and that lovely metal was all used up for swords and knives. What they really needed was something that could do double-duty - a spit with which to roast their meat, and a foil with which to run their enemies through.

Unfortunately, that advance wasn't seen widely until the early 21st century, and the culinary arts consequently suffered. One only has to look at hardtack, Spam™, and "Freedom Fries" to know the truth of wartime food-suckage.

Thankfully, we now have a 19" long skewer designed to punch holes in your enemy's armor as well as fit up to four large marshmallows on double-tongs! Rejoice, ye violent gourmands! Now you don't have to choose between seeing your enemies flee before you, and roasting the perfect weenie.

Features

  • Heavy-gauge stainless steel skewer
  • Easy-grip wood handle with metal hand-shield
  • 19 Inches long, double-pronged

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