Somebody with a ZDP-189 Caly Jr needs to test this. That's the one knife that seems to outcut everything, so if any knife is capable of cutting quilted toilet paper, it'd be this one.Piet.S wrote:Yeah, there's no way this stuff can be cut, hanging in free air.
It's a pain in the euhh, allright, slip of the tongue.
Sorry about that.
dialex wrote:Well, although my trusty old Delica is always clipped IWB of my pants (pyjamas aso.) I seldom play with it.
But tell you what I heard a few months ago in that toilet at that mall. So from one of those cabinets there were coming those groans. From a nearby cabinet someone asks (it was also a rough voice, it was scratching my ears) "Hey, you over there, are you constipated?"; "Yeeeeargh, you too?"; "Aghm, yes and good luck".
Sudently, a distinctive and loud splash. "You, lucky one" sais the one in the nearby cabinet. "Lucky? I just dropped my Chinook in the toilet" :P
Balance it on your lap and you're good to go. Don't forget to use the safety rods.
Dr. Snubnose wrote:OK OK..I confess .....but not fondling my spyder, not toilet clicking and flicking...but I carve soap while sitting there...no not little animals...ships, or pieces of fruit...but I carve finger grips into my bars of soap...cause I hate dropping em in the shower...this way I have non-slip soap with the no slip grip, it's the little things that make me happy.......Doc BTW The Chinook II is an awesome soap cutter...Doc