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Comment count is 30
Hooker - 2012-05-06

The original submission: http://poetv.com/video.php?vid=100305


FreeOJ - 2012-05-06

I think I saw something similar on Little Saigon TV. Oh Orange County.


GravidWithHate - 2012-05-06

Our ceramic knives are being used by Yu Wan Mei salvage fisheries and amalgamated polymers in order to perform the stabbings of those who deceitfully impelled the company to purchase "The Onion" slowly decaying media company.


cognitivedissonance - 2012-05-06

This is a piece of breef.


cognitivedissonance - 2012-05-06

Also, I watched it twice. Magical.


sosage - 2012-05-06

Put it on the sooface


baleen - 2012-05-06

Buy American steel.


Macho Nacho - 2012-05-06

What is going on with the narrator's accent?


Doomstein - 2012-05-06

I'm a pretty good mimic. It's either an Australian trying to be cute and do Engrish as a dick to try and sink this company, or it's actually an Asian who learned English in Australia.


Oktay - 2012-05-06

Sink the company?? This is viral advertising at its best! We all watched an infomercial all the way through and some of us watched it more than once. Heck, I might even buy one or two.


they'reforyou - 2012-05-06

I'm glad to know these knives "don't'a react with da fooz."


Old_Zircon - 2012-05-06

AMAZING! WHAT A GOOD [email protected]


TheSupafly - 2012-05-06

A NICE TRAIN


jreid - 2012-05-06

What the hell kind of knives do they normally use over there that turn apples and oranges black?


Crackersmack - 2012-05-06

Deal Extreme is awesome. Not only do you get cheap and strange Chinese products, but shipping takes so long that you forget you even ordered anything. Then one day you open your mailbox and it's like a mini-Christmas!


Simian Pride - 2012-05-06

I actually own a DealExtreme ceramic knife (sku.44533), and it really is brilliant for cutting (just keep it away from bones, and never ever use it as a lever or screwdriver)


Sudan no1 - 2012-05-06

Deal extreme is fun as long as you realize all their stuff is sub-dollar store quality.


Seven Arts/H8 Red - 2012-05-06

WHEN GETTING RID OF THE SMALL THING, AVOID TO USE THE FRONT OF THE BLADE. IT WILL HURT THE KNIFE

AM I CLEAR?


kennydra - 2012-05-06

onion pallets?

onion palace?

WTF IS HE SAYING. PLEASE HELP.


animegurl1000 - 2012-05-06

Onion pellets?


Rudy - 2012-05-07

I'm not sure, but apparently it's used for burdening?


animegurl1000 - 2012-05-06

0:26 - A manna fuck train?


Robin Kestrel - 2012-05-06

That's a good-looking knife.


Chalkdust - 2012-05-06

My brain doesn't know how to process this accent. Is it human? Is it synthesized? Is it adorable? Is it snobby? Is it excited? Is it disappointed? At any given moment, it is all of these things and more.


Redford - 2012-05-06

I now know that the most difficult thing to ever cut is the wood.


Hooker - 2012-05-06

No doubt!


fulakarp - 2012-05-07

This is amazing. I got to 10:45 before I realized they were comparing it to "steel knives" not "stew knives"


godot - 2012-05-07

Ceramic knives are brilliant at veggie prep, but will never supplant steel for general prep. I have a Kyocera 8" chef's that I handle like a baby - the edge will chip and the blade can shatter if dropped.

The good ones will set you back or more for a chef's knife, even at a restaurant supply warehouse.


Sanest Man Alive - 2012-05-09

Swedish Chef's been taking speech lessons!


Twitch - 2012-05-13

The best .50 I have ever spent in my life is from dealextreme.com. I got this garlic peeler. Go buy it if you don't believe me, it's fantastic, I use garlic daily. I also got a pretty sweet mp3 speaker thing. Sometimes it's crap.


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