Perfect for vegetarians.

posted on 1 Feb 2019 in Bags/Packaging, Clothing

Try it in new bacon free!

Photo courtesy of Origica.
Found in Singapore. 

29 captions

  1. Algernon | 4:03 am |

    Food and cleaning all in the one product

  2. Algernon | 4:03 am |

    Could be vegan

  3. Droll not Troll | 4:13 am |

    The whole idea is totally absord!

  4. Droll not Troll | 4:16 am |

    Also useful for cleaning table lambs.

  5. Marum | 5:13 am |

    Is it any good for cleaning up your lady?

    Or does the Micro-fibre not extend to such exotic uses.

  6. Marum | 5:15 am |

    Perhaps, only if it’s schlong and wide enough.

  7. Long Tom | 5:25 am |

    I see a couple of misspellings, but if there’s any “Engrish”, I don’t see it.

  8. Marum | 5:37 am |

    @Long Tom 0525. I’m so grad you’re a Vegan.

    The steak free surfaces in your kitchen, must be a joy to behold.

  9. Marum | 5:40 am |

    I was completely absodeb by this deformation.

  10. Marum | 5:44 am |

    I would never be a vegan.

    I think it is very cruel to eat all those crapetillers, that one does not see in one’s greens.

  11. Marum | 5:45 am |

    EDIT: Crapetillars. (for dyslexic vegans.

  12. Marum | 5:49 am |

    There was a dyslexic vegan, who was very careful to follow the rules of his Diety.

  13. Marum | 6:00 am |

    Come to think of it: He was a religious, dyslexic, vegan.

    Thus the joke should be. There was this religious, dyslexic, vegan, who was very strict, in his observance of the rules of his Diety.

    One could say: He was an unorthodox Chew.

  14. Big Fat Cat | 6:59 am |

    What’s next? Steak free pillows?

  15. EffEff | 8:04 am |

    Does it also adsorb (an actual word, look it up) the odor of steak cooking?

  16. James | 9:18 am |

    @EffEff: you need a high school diploma to understand adsorbtion, but a PhD in Chemistry to understand absordtion.

  17. Marum | 7:18 pm |

    @James 0918. I was completely nitrided by your posting

  18. Droll not Troll | 8:11 pm |

    @Marum | 5:13 am: Certainly! My wife has been known to clean me with one of those cloths.
    TMI?

  19. Droll not Troll | 8:15 pm |

    Just the thing for cleaning up “spilled liquids” after absord fighting.

  20. Droll not Troll | 8:21 pm |

    @Marum | 7:18 pm: Hardened, lubricated or both? 😛

  21. Eggrish | 8:51 pm |

    This cloth must have absorbed the engrish because I hardly see any.

  22. Marum | 9:29 pm |

    DNT 2021. I was thinking more of the old 1275cc Mini Cooper S crankshafts. These were = to my knowledge – Placed in an Electric Furnace for 24hrs or so,in an atmosphere of Nitrogen gas NO2 .
    In fact I have done the process myself. The piece of steel gets a surface hard layer, by the process of adsorption by absorption.

    Nitriding: Gas nitriding is a surface hardening process, where nitrogen is added to the surface of steel parts using dissociated ammonia as the source. Gas nitriding develops a very hard case in a component at relatively low temperature, without the need for quenching.

    Process of Gas Nitriding:
    Gas nitriding is a low temperature (typically 520°C/970°F), low distortion “thermochemical” heat treatment process carried out to enhance the surface properties of finished or near finished ferrous components. If a carbon spending gas is added, the process is called gas nitrocarburising. The layer usually consists of two zones – the compound layer (white layer) which can be a cubic or hexagonal nitride and the diffusion layer below with dissolved nitrogen and hard nitride precipitations. The compound layer on the surface of the parts is responsible for the major benefit of high resistance to wear, scuffing, galling and seizure. The diffusion layer contributes improved fatigue strength and works as a support for the hard compound layer. By controlling and adjusting the process atmosphere, the constitution of the layer can be influenced from thin compound layers for fatigue strength improvement to thick nitrogen and carbon rich compound layers in case of gaseous nitrocarburising and post oxidation if good wear and corrosion resistance is desired. In this case Corr-I-Dur® might be considered as the preferred choice.

  23. Marum | 9:42 pm |

    Actually, a good way of nitriding your sword is as follows:

    !. Have you sword finished and ready for hardening.

    2. Have a slave ready and waiting, strapped to a heavy solid table.

    Process:

    1: Heat sword to bright red-hot, including the piece where the dandle is later put on.

    2: Plunge red-hot sword full length into the slaves body, including the haft.

    3: Leave overnight.

    4: Remove the next day, when thoroughly cool.

    It just so happens, that our blood contains just the right amount of nitrogen to harden steel.

    How convenient.

  24. Marum | 9:48 pm |

    As the sword needs to be inserted in one quick movement, you can understand that the slave needs to be well strapped to something very solid.

    It causes great inconvenience if the bugger wriggles, and you have to reforge the sword from scratch again.

    Some slaves, are just so inconsiderate.

  25. Marum | 5:00 pm |

    That was the ancient way of hardening swords, and could be classed as the equivalent of the modern method of “Salt Bath Nitriding”.

    In the modern process, sodium Cyanide is used.NaCN.

  26. Marum | 5:41 pm |

    Mainly. The ancient way is probably myth. For the “hardening” would lack uniformity. And as history is written by the victors, one would never hear from the unfortunates whose swords broke in battle.

    Not only that. They would be unlikely to make a – Warranty Claim – against the blacksmith.

  27. Long Tom | 7:48 pm |

    Paul McCartney, a known vegetarian, could be hired to endorse the product!

  28. DrLex | 6:59 am |

    Nothing more annoying than those steaks suddenly appearing on various surfaces. Luckily we now have this cloth!

  29. Peter Chan | 11:40 am |

    Q: Waiter, where is my steak?
    A: It has been absorded into the cloth.

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