documenting the many uses for the common pocket knife
When I envisioned writing for this website before I created it, the first use for a pocket knife that I could think of was for making marshmallow sticks. That is to sharpen the end of a tree branch or stick to form a pointed tip suitable for a marshmallow to be placed and cooked over a campfire or grill (if you’re sufficiently hard up for fire).
Sure enough when I purchased my pocket knife, the first use I had for it was to prepare several marshmallow sticks for the planned evening consumption of smores by the family. My new pocket knife, purchased hours before at a beloved local store, cost me $0.99 and immediately paid for itself in satisfaction with my successful whittling exercise.
I have since used the same knife to whittle even more marshmallow sticks for our home fire pit.
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