A strange invention from Turkey

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+9 1. Darkic commented 11 years ago

COOL 8-) i want one!
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+33 2. Dario10 commented 11 years ago

and if you call right now you'll get one for free! :D
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-9 3. 876487098 commented 11 years ago

Intriguing, and utterly useless.
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+5 4. nomaddaf commented 11 years ago

That has been a toy for years in the US. I have several! Very cool!!!
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+24 5. Teqskater commented 11 years ago

This is not something new. I had one to 10 years ago.
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+4 6. D-Pen commented 11 years ago

Someones actually marketing these as a cooking utensil in the US.I don't remember what it is called but its a cookware designed around deep frying and the sorts.
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+4 7. ranger98 commented 11 years ago

It was used like a bag to carry bigger things that did not fall through the gaps around 15 years back.
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0 8. thejackel commented 11 years ago

any body know what the girl said? 1:18
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-1 9. LQoQK commented 11 years ago

imagine how the crowd would be if he had an iphone ::(|)

#8 I am more interested in the birds saying, if any one could translate that it would be great
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-1 10. coldboy commented 11 years ago

Pretty useless
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+1 11. banzemanga commented 11 years ago

I still want one. It looks so cool. 8-)
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+1 12. MarkParallax commented 11 years ago

It`s ok if User`s Manual come`s in english :D
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0 13. Usdevildoggmc commented 11 years ago

If its heat resistant which most likely it is this thing would be so handy...... neat.
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-4 14. Natan_el_Tigre commented 11 years ago

Awe, I was on the edge of my seat waiting for them to bust out their pistols and start blasting some caps.
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+2 15. nokster commented 11 years ago

I swear that my grandmother had one of these!
I remember her storing eggs in there!
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+3 16. Calvinius commented 11 years ago

I need a manual for that thing! :D
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-2 17. Calvinius commented 11 years ago

I need a manual for that thing! :D
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+1 18. sacredmaniac commented 11 years ago

#8 I'm Turkish person but i didn't even understand what she said.
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+4 19. Gringo_el_Diablo commented 11 years ago

Next he'll impress the crowd with VHS players & neon windbreaker jackets from the 1980's! :D
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+1 20. max2000 commented 11 years ago

he says smth like a price 10 lyra, which is kinda 3 usd, if correctly.
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0 21. huldu commented 11 years ago

Actually that is a pretty impressive construction.
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0 22. Roxy commented 11 years ago

Actually this is quite useful to those saying otherwise, if you could actually understand him you wouldn't be prejudging it straight away. My Turkish isn't great but I caught a few things saying it can used as a fruit bowl, light casing, vase, bird cage, decorative wall piece, utensil to help with brewing or drinking tea, something to do with chicken eggs and so on.

#8 It's very hard to understand what she said, can barely hear her with the outside noise, the guy talking, etc
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-1 23. Fergus_Thedog commented 11 years ago

#6 - the U.S. should probably be using it to steam vegetables instead, and go for a few walks around the block while they're at it.
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+1 24. TeeZee commented 11 years ago

He's like a Turkish Billy Maze.
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-2 25. sux2bu commented 11 years ago

#23 That is funny coming from an Aussie considering you now have the distinction of being one of the most obese countries in the Anglo world. You need to keep up with the changing times old boy. Put down that french fry and pick up an apple for a healthy change of habit.


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+1 26. c0mmanderKeen commented 11 years ago

I had one as a kid :)
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+5 27. BreakIsBetter commented 11 years ago

Why is everyone out in the middle of the forest?
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-1 28. Vaithan commented 11 years ago

I'd break it in the first 5 minutes . . .

Wife - "You've broken it!"

Me - "But I was merely seeing if it would transform into a car!" :'(
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0 29. Nazsturner commented 11 years ago

#5 Ya this is something i had 12+ years ago, it was popular in chinatown
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-1 30. TheFalloutVictim commented 11 years ago

low budget creativity :D :D :D
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+2 31. Nifen commented 11 years ago

I used to play with something like this when i was just a boy. the concept isn't new, though he's made something a little more useful :)
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0 32. Userbeans commented 11 years ago

Not a Turkish invention ... My Grandmother had one, she bought it before 2'nd world war.
- it's probably an English or German invention
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0 33. hellsd commented 11 years ago

I could not stop staring at the damn yellow hats!
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0 34. hideous commented 11 years ago

#8 My Turkish is a little rusty, but I believe she says "If he says he has boiled lollies, do not believe him".

I could be wrong.
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0 35. BamaG8R commented 10 years ago

And with this I got my first piece of ...Step right up and You can have yours for only 19.95$
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0 36. Kolepto commented 8 years ago

This takes "multipurpose" to a whole other level :O