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Name that Object #1

Based on the picture, name these totally random objects.
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First submittedDecember 1, 2011
Last updatedApril 6, 2018
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Martini Glass
Maple Leaf
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level 78
Apr 6, 2018
My first guess for saw horse was trestle. You would put a board on the top to make a table.
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level 76
Apr 6, 2018
That one does seem a bit vague given the lack of scale or context.
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level 71
Apr 6, 2018
Yes I tried trestle too, and A-frame
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level ∞
Apr 6, 2018
Trestle and a-frame will work now
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level 75
Apr 6, 2018
Any chance you can accept 'controller' for joystick?
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level 46
Apr 6, 2018
Maybe Atari as well?
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level 79
Apr 6, 2018
Definitely an Atari controller. That was my first guess.
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level 78
Apr 6, 2018
Could bullhorn be acceptable for the last one? The definition is "a directional, high-powered, electrical loudspeaker or megaphone".
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level ∞
Apr 6, 2018
Bullhorn will work now
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level 71
Apr 6, 2018
I think you might reasonably accept nunchucks for nunchaku, and trestle or A-frame for sawhorse.
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level 71
Apr 6, 2018
Nunchucks was accepted for me...
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level 57
Apr 6, 2018
Is sawhorse an American thing? I am suprised that it is the lowest one. I would think it would be one of the highest.
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level 73
Apr 6, 2018
yeah, me too. That was surprising.
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level 75
Apr 7, 2018
Not American, but still call it sawhorse. I'm guessing not that many people have one for DIY stuff.
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level 70
Apr 7, 2018
I just think of it as a horse. Almost missed it.
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level 49
May 14, 2018
Yea they are hard to catch.
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level 65
May 15, 2018
As an Englishman, I put sawing horse, which I think should be accepted.
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level 66
Apr 6, 2018
kept trying bullhorn for megaphone
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level 75
Apr 7, 2018
Always called the "box cutter" a "carton cutter". Could you accept that?
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level 65
Apr 9, 2018
#1 was called a snaplink in the military
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level 78
Apr 30, 2018
I have a couple of them and knew what they were for, but never knew what they were called and connector thingy didn't work.
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level 50
May 13, 2018
Heh, thought that garlic press was an OB/GYN's vaginal speculum...
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level 66
May 13, 2018
Much tougher than expected...I knew most of things I missed but couldn't quite recall their names.
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level 53
May 13, 2018
karabiner should be accepted
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level 49
May 16, 2018
Nope. That's a rifle.
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level 54
May 22, 2018
Nope. Carbine is a rifle.
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level 53
May 23, 2018
it may be a rifle - I have no idea But it is also the name of the item in the picture https://www.thebmc.co.uk/karabiners-and-connectors-for-climbers
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level 46
May 30, 2018
AmyD85, Karabiner is the German word for carbine, so it is indeed a rifle. e.g. the Mauser K98k, or Karabiner 98 kurz (carbine 98 short).
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level 60
May 13, 2018
Tried every possible spelling of nunchaku except the right one. And I'm sure the correct spelling should be carabinier?
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level 65
May 13, 2018
You maybe thinking of the word "carabinieri" who are part of the Italian armed forces.
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level 32
May 13, 2018
Numchucks should have been accepted
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level 75
May 13, 2018
My husband discovered this week that his stethoscope also works well as a stud finder - he tapped on the wall and was easily able to discern where the studs were. But I'm guessing stud finder wouldn't be accepted. :)
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level 65
May 14, 2018
"Stud Finder" sounds like a raunchy dating app.
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level 32
May 13, 2018
This quiz should accept "Atari" for joystick.
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level 53
May 14, 2018
*Looks at garlic press, decides it's a garlic press, but thinks there must be another name for it* *Misses the question* *Facepalm*
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level 61
May 14, 2018
Someone should make a picture quiz with the different types of receptacles for alcohol. (martini glass, snifter, tumbler, etc.)
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level 46
May 14, 2018
Can you accept karabiner for Carabiner?
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level 49
May 16, 2018
Nope. That's a rifle.
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level 54
May 22, 2018
Nope. Carbine is (still) a rifle. ;)
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level 70
Apr 15, 2019
Nope, Karabiner is the Mauser rifle the Germans used in World War 2, a shortened version (carbine) of the rifle they used in WW1. Many other countries in Europe and around the world used it and almost all modern bolt action rifles, that is hunting guns, are based directly on it.
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level 82
May 14, 2018
Why isn't 'diapason' accepted?
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level 59
May 14, 2018
Maybe accept the misspelled "pummel horse"? Also, 'round my parts we've always called megaphones "blowhorns".
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level 58
Jul 4, 2018
Seconded. With all the other accepted misspellings, "pummel" for "pommel" seems appropriate/consistent.
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level 70
Apr 15, 2019
That's how everyone pronounces it. Seems fair.
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level 45
May 14, 2018
Pin for safety pin? It's usually what people call it.
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level 57
May 14, 2018
I am surprised wine cork doesn't work, since the wine stains and makers marks definitely mean that's what these were used for...only cork works.
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level 66
May 14, 2018
WHAT? Only 46% got carabiner?
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level 54
May 22, 2018
Until it accepts "that little hook thingy my kid uses for her keys, wallet, lanyard, etc. - yeah, I'll probably be stuck in the other 54%. LOL
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level 49
May 14, 2018
Clue: Jetpunk Edition
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level 47
May 15, 2018
Actually because you can't see the diameter of the holes the Garlic Press *could* be a Spatzle press or a potato ricer...
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level 17
Jun 13, 2018
you raise a fair point, that actually might just be a martin bowl.
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level 61
May 18, 2018
In asia, no one call that a box cutter. We just call it cutter/paper cutter/hand cutter/paper knife anything like that. Tried all but to no avail.
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level 71
May 26, 2018
Hand cutter? Ouch!
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level 60
Jan 28, 2019
I know it as a carpet knife.
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level 73
Jun 1, 2018
Fun fact: "brass knuckles" are called "poing américain" in French, which translates to "american fist".
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level 17
Jun 13, 2018
im not sure if im offended or proud....
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level 44
Aug 9, 2018
The brass knuckles were like an optical illusion to me. I could only see the wood as an object, the rest was empty space. Not until I saw the answer did the brass knuckles suddenly appear!
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level 52
Oct 5, 2018
you must lead a sheltered life...
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level 29
May 30, 2019
I had the same problem!
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level 39
Sep 11, 2018
It hought the sawhorse was a pommel horse.... Good guess. Did not even see pommel horse until later... Lol
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level 18
Sep 20, 2018
I think you should accept Statue for Gargoyle because it is a statue...
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level 52
Oct 5, 2018
statues dont drain water from roof tops/gutters... gargoyles do..it's job-specific
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level 30
Dec 13, 2018
I think it's kind of funny that the Pommel Horse is one of the least known objects. I guess not many people are fans of men's gymnastics, I mean, I'm more of a women's gymnastics fan, (since I am one) but I still know all of the men's apparatuses.
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level 22
Dec 14, 2018
you should accept tuner fork for tuning fork...
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level 53
Dec 14, 2018
I always thought that is was Pummel Horse. Maybe add that for a type in?
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level 46
Jul 11, 2019
I missed both horses...
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level 44
Jul 11, 2019
i thought the garlic thing was a nutcracker
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level 44
Jul 11, 2019
also ive always called it a wine glass can that be accepted
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