Tongs for Nothing, Part II

Here is another pair of mystery tongs.

Pokey, pokey tongs.

They’re stainless steel, much shinier than they appear in this lame-ass photo, and actually kind of pretty, almost an art object. They came from Newton (a different client than the last post). The ends aren’t sharp, but they are pointy, making them inefficient for picking up just about anything.

Once again, the client had no idea where they came from. Perhaps aliens are slowly infiltrating our society by depositing their tong technology in the backs of our overstuffed kitchen drawers.

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Jen Hunter is a professional organizer and loves finding weird stuff.
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1 Response to Tongs for Nothing, Part II

  1. Marion Bloch says:

    I had these too! I ended up giving them away. They were from a craft fair, so they are handmade, but as you said, they don’t work very well.

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