Redcliffe Pier

Friday, January 9, 2009

Where to find a CLACK

I have read the box of my clacker gift, see last post, and I have discovered that it is called a "Clack" not a clacker as I thought. Here is the website you might need a crash course in German or click the British flag.


They should give me some commission for advertising for them.

7 comments:

  1. I think "clacker" is much more evocative, as in "goes like the clackers." Or is that meant to be "goes like the clappers"?

    Either way, it's a simple an elegant solution to a common culinary problem......

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  2. Diane, whenever I come to your blog I always go away feeling HUNGRY! I blame you for all the excess kgs!

    Such wonderful foodie photos - you look like you all had a great time over the holidays.

    Computers and their problems are evil.

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  3. They should definitely give you some money....or at least a few free Clacks.;)

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  4. What a brilliant invention....
    Must look at purchasing one of those...My kids love boiled eggs...

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  5. Hi there Diane,

    The bathroom is at a bit of a standstill.....although the plasterer is coming back on Monday, when I assume more activity will commence as the tradies go back to work.

    The bath is working, and the shower but there is no screen (and they havent been to measure for it yet) Until that is sorted, hubby cant paint (and seal the lot)

    Cheers!

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  6. What a fun-looking little gadget! :)

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  7. I don't have a Clack but I do have a pair (?) of egg topper scissors that cut off the top of the egg rather neatly. Yours looks like more fun....

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