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Name that Object Quiz

Based on the picture, name these totally random objects.
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Last updated: April 06, 2018
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Martini Glass
Maple Leaf
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level 74
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 74
Apr 6, 2018
That one does seem a bit vague given the lack of scale or context.
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level 62
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 70
Apr 6, 2018
Any chance you can accept 'controller' for joystick?
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level 44
Apr 6, 2018
Maybe Atari as well?
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level 75
Apr 6, 2018
Definitely an Atari controller. That was my first guess.
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level 75
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 62
Apr 6, 2018
I think you might reasonably accept nunchucks for nunchaku, and trestle or A-frame for sawhorse.
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level 68
Apr 6, 2018
Nunchucks was accepted for me...
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level 55
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 73
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 67
Apr 7, 2018
I just think of it as a horse. Almost missed it.
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level 44
May 14, 2018
Yea they are hard to catch.
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level 59
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 73
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 71
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 49
May 13, 2018
Heh, thought that garlic press was an OB/GYN's vaginal speculum...
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level 64
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 49
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 50
May 22, 2018
Nope. Carbine is a rifle.
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level 49
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 48
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 60
May 13, 2018
You maybe thinking of the word "carabinieri" who are part of the Italian armed forces.
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level 31
May 13, 2018
Numchucks should have been accepted
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level 73
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 60
May 14, 2018
"Stud Finder" sounds like a raunchy dating app.
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level 25
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 58
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 41
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 50
May 22, 2018
Nope. Carbine is (still) a rifle. ;)
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level 69
May 14, 2018
Why isn't 'diapason' accepted?
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level 51
May 14, 2018
Maybe accept the misspelled "pummel horse"? Also, 'round my parts we've always called megaphones "blowhorns".
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level 55
Jul 4, 2018
Seconded. With all the other accepted misspellings, "pummel" for "pommel" seems appropriate/consistent.
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level 35
May 14, 2018
Pin for safety pin? It's usually what people call it.
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level 51
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 59
May 14, 2018
WHAT? Only 46% got carabiner?
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level 50
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 44
May 14, 2018
Clue: Jetpunk Edition
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level 45
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 58
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 68
May 26, 2018
Hand cutter? Ouch!
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level 72
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 39
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!