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#4 - anonymous (01/01/2010) [-]
i'd like to know where the fork part fits in splayd
#5 to #4 - anonymous (01/01/2010) [-]
do you NOT see the tongs at the end?
#6 to #5 - anonymous (01/01/2010) [-]
he means in the making of the word splayd
as in how spork has the "sp" from spoon and the "ork" from fork, what part of splayd is from fork?

At least i hope thats what he means...

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#8 to #6 - anonymous (01/01/2010) [-]
maybe the "ayd" is for spade?
User avatar #10 to #8 - shlacka (01/01/2010) [-]
That's a shovel.
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