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Well apparently I do not. Unable to attend one of my favorite shows today I figured I would do the next best thing and give away a knife. The HECK with that, I am going to give away 2!
Easy contest here.
You can enter by entering the word BLARNEY in this discussion. Want 2 chances? Tell me some knife blarney! Contest ends Sunday Night at midnight PT and winner will be drawn on Monday.
Make my day folks, it was rather disheartening to miss the Dalton show, the people and knives I was looking forward to seeing.
Hey want to know what you win?
Every year at this time, I remember being a child and watching "The Flintstones" on TV. Fred, Wilma, Pebbles, and, of course, Fred's best friend Blarney. Fred worked at a quarry where he chipped away making a living on his never tiring dinosaur and Blarney left Betty and Bam-Bam every morning to go to take care of his cutlery shop: The Blarney Stone. His best seller was the shillelagh, made of granite and tempered in the local volcano. What a great show! ... But, my memory may be jaded by never finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.... ah, well ... off to a dinner of Lucky Charms .. they're magically delicious ....
I'm feeling Lucky!
We missed you, and that's no blarney.
Blarney- I have been waiting for 4 years for a Randall knife I purchased at the factory it was supposed to be here this month thought it might make based it on the luck of the Irish by today but no luck!
Faith & Begorrah! As a true leprechaun, I was whittling on a blackthorn stick and cut me thumb. I could tell I'm a true leprechaun because I bled GREEN blood! BLARNEY!
BLARNEY! Dadgum it! Did you know that the guards at the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle all PEE on the Blarney Stone? Then laugh when American tourists kiss it!
I really should win those knives. You see I am Irish. My ggggGrandfather was born in Ireland on July 4th. He fought in an Irish rebellion and the British were going to hang him. He got away and made it over here. He then served in the army in our Revolutionary War. And that is no BLARNEY!
Well -and it is not to deep nor dry- but by and by it tends to wet and cold; however, would be a less than welcome if but for an excuse to pause and reconsider before a saying away, Blarney says Archie. :-)
MAY THE LUCK OF THE "IRISH" BE WITH ALL THAT REPLIED
Slainte and Happy St Patrick's Day.
Blarney those are a pair of nice looking knives.
Blarney! blarn blarn blarn...