|What? What do you use your steak knives for?|
Or for gardening. This one was relegated to the garden some years ago, I think originally to cut twine. I soon discovered it was THE tool to use to slice open bags of mulch (with a big X like Zorro so it all dumps out easily). (This is a good tip; you should use it.) (Also, if you use this tip, you owe me a nickel.) (This was before I graduated from bags of mulch towed home in at least ten trips from the Dee-pot to having the garden center dump seven or eight yards of the stuff in my driveway. I think this is when you lose your amateur status as a gardener.)
Thursday, I was gathering my stadium seat (for sitting on the ground), my spade, my favorite hand trowel, Bitey, and lawn bags when I spied Crappy Knife in the corner of the shed, and I suddenly wondered: could this be used to edge instead of the shovels and trowels?
OH YES IT COULD.
|Is... anyone else excited but me?|
|Seriously, this is, like, a big deal. If my lawn|
was to be compared to someone's hair, it would
be the Unabomber's.
|OK. See here on the right? That's how the|
entire walkway was OR WORSE!
|It's super cool, you can't convince me otherwise.|