Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Apu may have a disgruntled employee.


Well, I'm going to have to say that all depends on how much time you have to kill someone and whether you can get them to hold still or not. Personally, I'd favor a really, really big blade. And a really big dude to use it while I remained at a safe distance, like maybe the next county over.

9 comments:

Brad K. said...

Hopefully, the searcher was interested in butchering a deer or hog. Or maybe a squirrel. But I am an optimist and a romantic.

somerled said...

Searcher, check out the "booze and blades" forums in the UK. Good luck carving up those sacred cows.

DirtCrashr said...

Kids these days...They've had fine damascus swords since about forever, and the region is famous for the blade called the Katar?

staghounds said...

I figure he's looking to irritate, and doesn't want to be misunderstood in case his recipient is frail.

"Look, I checked on the internet, this knofe is a quarter inch too short to kill!"

B&N said...

Or, in a bit more mainstream sensibility, a Kukri.

Good for chopping, I understand.

I kinda admire the spirit of our would-be murderer; using a knife kinda makes the deed fairly personal, one must admit. He's not afraid of getting his hands dirty.

Does that statement render me as "bloodthirsty" ?

staghounds said...

knIfe.

And doesn't it depend on exactly is to be killed?

what



This one made me laugh, too, but it's no xkcd.

Verification word, prykbdd

Johnny said...

Try this...
Use of the Knife from "All-in Fighting" by WE Fairbairn.

OA said...

Hey, a man can only have his chutney thieved from the staff fridge so many times before it's time to settle some hash.

Gator said...

I guess that would be the electronic equivalent of writing "rat poison to kill neighbor" in the memo line on one of your checks.