Black People : What is a "Cake Cutter?"

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  1. Destee

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    Hey Family,

    I am currently in the chat room ... www.destee.com/chat ... and shared that i bought a "cake cutter" yesterday. The majority present had never heard of a cake cutter!

    Do you know what a cake cutter is? Am i the only one?! :eeek:

    While the cake cutter has a primary purpose, it can actually serve many.

    If you know what a cake cutter is, please tell us and share your cake cutter experiences! :)

    :heart:

    Destee
     
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    Yeah!
    Thas ghetto for a knife!

    Ain it ?
     
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    i thought it was i nice shinning knife that's kinda wide by
    the handle as it get small and it's not razor sharp
    cut cakes and can pick each piece up without breaking apart
    most time u see this cake cutter at wedding receptions
    or a bride & groom gift set i might be wrong but this what
    i thought it was ....help me out somebody so i can get it str8

    cake cutter is the knife mostly not own but is at wedding
    receptions and parties ....this what i was told some years ago !
    hummmmm!
     
  4. Destee

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    Peace and Blessings Family ... i was just browsing the forum and found this old thread, and the answers above are not what i expected.

    Anyone else wanna try?

    :heart:

    Destee
     
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    Is This Closer?

    To me, it has always been a comb/pick/lifter, from back in the day when we wore (bigger) Afros. (And, yeah; it came in handy for some of those times when a knife would have been "useful" ... :grin:)
     
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    Brother anAfrican ... yesss ... that is the answer i was looking for!

    Thanks.

    :heart:

    Destee
     
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    I need

    ..that..send please..LOL
     
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    Now, Ms Cherryblossom, laugh if you must, but back in the day we used these as afropicks!!!!

    I brought my sister a cake cutter a couple of years ago. She collects shoes, and it was shaped like a shoe. (the heel came off; magnetic) The blade was pie-shaped, which should help you not only cut the cake, but serve it.....
     
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    You'll get no laughs from me, Joice! I well remember this comb and the pick with the black power fist on the handle.

    And, Lawd, when those steel teeth caught a NAP, it sho nuff hurt! LOL!

    the plastic ones too! :lol:
     
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