Unusual Finds (19 pics)

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  • 29 Apr, 2022  |
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“Heavy metal cubes on the end of the chain with different shapes on each side of the cubes — AA battery for scale”

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Answer: "Han Solo’s lucky dice"

“My wife got this strange object from her grandmother, 10 cm long. She used it when she was younger, but no longer needed it.”

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Answer: "It’s for stirring drinks."

“What are these and what are they for? The girl sitting across from me had them on all her fingers on both hands.”

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Answer: "Oval finger splints for treating: arthritis, boutonniere deformities, crooked fingers, fractures, hypermobility (Ehlers-Danlos syndrome), lateral deviation, mallet finger, swan neck, trigger finger, and trigger thumb"

“My girlfriend found these in her dinner. Are they seeds?”

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Answer: "Those look like harlequin bug eggs."

’’This was surgically removed from my cat’s stomach. It’s rubbery in texture and maybe about an inch long."

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Answer: "It’s a rubber piece from a cat fountain."

“What is this kitchen cabinet used for? It has a pull-out shelf and an outlet inside. It was in the condo my son just bought.”


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Answer: "It’s a stand mixer."

“What is this thing in my classroom? Makes subtle fan-like sounds and changes color on top.”

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Answer: "AV1 is a personal avatar for children suffering from long-term illness, helping them to continue their education and maintain the normality of daily life despite no longer being able to access mainstream education."

“This is a small scoop with alligator clip as the handle. Found it cleaning out the kitchen.”

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Answer: "A coffee scoop with a bag clip for the coffee bag."

“My college sent me this and I have NO CLUE what it’s for.”

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Answer: "Looks like a germ key. Basically, it allows you to open doors, press buttons, and sign screens without touching them directly."

“What are these circular metal things on these stairs? I just hit my knee and man, did it hurt.”

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Answer: "It’s a skateboard prevention device that keeps ’em from grinding on edges."

“I found this in the basement rafters of my 100-year-old house. It appears to be 2 marbles or something similar in a hanger.”


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Answer: "It’s a razor blade sharpener."

“From a box of candy-making supplies — about 60 twisted screws are buried in the 4.5-inch-wide piece.”

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Answer: "It’s for making spun sugar."

“Found buried in the closet of a commercial kitchen. What have I got? It’s about 6 inches in diameter.”

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Answer: "It’s a hamburger press. Here’s an identical one."

"Looks to fit in your mouth or roof of the mouth, maybe made of woven medical fabric with thin plastic through the middle.’’

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Answer: "It’s a turkey caller."

“I found this ring in my backyard while doing gardening. After cleaning it, it doesn’t look like a normal ring. Any ideas?”

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Answer: "This is a mourning ring. The initials belong to a lost loved one."

“Got this as a prize in a Christmas cracker with no instructions, just a few sharp hooks.”


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Answer: "It’s a needle threader."

“It came bundled in my order, but I didn’t order this. Opened it without noticing, but it’s hard and murky.”

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Answer: "Looks like opalite."

“Appears to be cotton, wrapped partially in burlap, and secured with steel straps. Hickman, Kentucky is written on the burlap.”

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Answer: "We had one of these when I was growing up. It was a souvenir from some southern plantation-type place we visited. Just a mini bail of cotton, ready to be shipped off."

“What is this fiber/sand ball? Found among thousands like it on a beach in Spain. It weighs almost nothing.”

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Answer: "It’s a seagrass ball. They are used to have more surface area for bacteria to grow on, and it looks like these could possibly serve the same purpose."


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