Okay, I know there may be a lot of similar threads going on here in these forums - but I do not recall one, which catches exactly what I would like to be talking about here. I recently acquired a knife - I will be talking about which one it is later - that just makes me smile when I grab and use it. So this should be the topic of this thread: Is there any one special knife to you fellow knife afficionados, that you think is just plain fun to use or fondle, although it doesn't fit to your knife habits and usage? And started carrying and using it just because? I'm not especially talking about which folding knife is most fun to flick during watching television - which may also be a valid reason for your favourite fun knife - but it may also be any kind of knife, for example any fixed blade you enjoy to hold in your hands and use. To make clear what I would like to be talking about, I'll try to explain, what is my most fun knife (at the moment) and why: It is the Cold Steel Broken Skull. Until I got this knife I wasn't into big folders at all. I thought they are unnecessary for me and my uses for a folding knife. And I still think they are. But hey, this knife is fun! Just opening the 4 inch blade and feeling and hearing the ridiculously overbuilt Tri Ad Lock engage makes me smile. This knife is so well designed. It fits my hand vrry well. It is big but lightweight. The balancing point is just right at the spot where I like it to be: exactly at my index finger. The texture of the G-10 scales is much to coarse, but it feels great. A black clip point blade? With the words Broken Skull on it? And the name of a wrestler I don't even know or care about? Hell yeah! Closing the knife really isn't for weak fingers - the locking mechanism needs a strong push on the lock bar. Something in the overall looks and haptics of this knife really appeals to me - maybe because I think it shouldn't... Well guys and gals, is there any knife you feel similar to? I would enjoy reading your elaborations about it! Oh, and please don't take this thread too serious - it's all about the fun!