Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! Last night it hit me. I've been changing my edc knife for the past months, choosing only from my traditional knives, but still resorting to some fixed blade or larger folder when i went in the woods. That's where the peanut is not enough, at least for me. But concerning the rest, the peanut does all i need, and does it well. As Carl said, "it don't have to be big, just sharp", and the peanut excels at this. It ain't big, and the very slightly hollow flat grind makes it very sharp, and not just for fun paper cuts. And it's a pleasure to handle such a beautiful knife. So, i was constantly changing my edc knife, and still going back to the peanut after a while, than changing again...and so on. But the last days, i only used the peanut, and for the first time ever, maybe after seeing how i can manage to handle quite everything i need with it, i somehow realized i didn't want to change it anymore. Yesterday, it felt so natural in my hand, so easy to control, and it was later that day, during the evening, when i was slicing an apple, when it hit me. I was watching a movie, and didn't even think about the knife..i just cut the apple. It was then when i really understood something. I couldn't explain it still, but it just felt right. I was now trusting the peanut, with real confidence that it will be enough. Something like if i need to hit some nails, i just grab the hammer. I don't think what hammer i want, i just grab it, and use it. Same with the peanut,if i need to cut something, i cut it. Yes, with the peanut The peanut can do that. And it became what it always was: a tool, my tool. Now if the Grand High Muckba will allow it, i will truly consider myself a proud member of the cult. Cult of the peanut. Maybe we can see how many cult members we have..by posting here.