Knuptial Knife update!

MacHete

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Hey guys,

I apologize for my relative reticence of late, but I thought you'd like to know that the Knuptial Knife was finally used for it's intended purpose over the weekend. :)

It was a crowd-pleaser, to be sure, and the guests were genuinely impressed with you folks after I shared the story behind it. (This world could use some good knife PR for a change. :eek: )

Peeps and I couldn't get pictures ourselves, because we were wielding the thing, but we should soon be getting pictures from family members. When we do, I will send a print or two to anyone who would care to post them, because my scanner is currently packed away in another state, and I don't know when I'll be able to retreive it and set it up again.

Thanks again for the awesome gift guys. :D There never was a better wedding-cake knife! ;)
 

Daniel Koster

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Wahoo!

Glad to hear it, Mac.



Sure hope you all had a great time....sounds like it.
 

wildmanh

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Thanks a bunch for the update. Sounds like a great time. :D:D Congrats!!

I have a scanner and would be happy to help you get the pics online. :) If you are interested, let me know.

Heber
 
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IN Nepal, it's Buffalo. In the US, Wedding Cake. Now, who's to say which doesn't indicate the most fertile future?



munk
 
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Good to hear from you, Mac. Glad it went well. Very much looking forward to the pics.
 
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Hey, Mac. Glad to hear good news from you, and congratulations on the event. Hope to see you both at a future KK. :D
 
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PherrousWeal said:
One of my top 5 etch jobs of all time. Mac still around?

Keith


He's been missing in action for quite some time. I tried to e mail him at the addy I had and it didn't bounce, but no response :confused: A very nice guy and miss seeing him here, but glad YOU're back! :D
 

Daniel Koster

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last checked the forum on the 11th and posted to the "Uncle Bill is gone" thread.
 
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munk said:
IN Nepal, it's Buffalo. In the US, Wedding Cake. Now, who's to say which doesn't indicate the most fertile future?



munk


Mac, Munks got a point. You were SUPPOSED to use that knife to butcher a buffalo in front of your guests to celebrate your union! What's this cake stuff? :D

Congrats and thanks for the report.

Norm
 
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Hey, some of the wedding cakes I've eaten have been REALLY awful, and badly needed butchering. I think he's on the right track.
 
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