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As if anyone were interested, here’s what I posted on that pocket knife article:
In the 1980′s while everyone was massed outside the jr. high school doors waiting for the gates to open for the school day a bunch of us boys would get together in the middle of the entire crowd.
Two boys would stand facing each other about two feet apart. One boy would throw his pocket knife into the ground near the foot of the other, then the other boy would have to move his foot to the spot the knife pieced the ground.
The boys would take turns throwing the knife into the ground to make the other boy spread his leg further and further from his body without giving up ground with his other foot.
The game was over when one boy couldn’t stretch any further out. It was a Great game.
No one Ever used a knife in a fight, or for any other reason, that I’m aware of.
I’ll bet certain do-gooders would be mortified to find 12-14 year old boys doing this on the front lawn of the school. Ha.
I think perhaps those do-gooders were the same People to get hit by spitwads in class when they were young… and not do anything about it. ?