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    Fluff, you're going to have to come to the Twin Cities sometime, as Target stores are headquartered here and we have tons of them, including one in downtown Minneapolis, and it's rather unusal for them to be not in the 'burbs as they're rather large stores. Did you get extra books for your boys' Leap Pad? We just got the one, but hope the others will still be available later if Jess still likes it after exhausting the first volume. Her very favorite part is in the last page of the "story" side (rather than the "activity" side) there is a picture of Leap and his family eating at the table and there is a piece of pie which says "I'm a BIG piece of pie" and Lil LG thinks that is hilarious, she plays it over and over. Goofball.

    Cool gifts everyone. I'm curious about the bone folder too. Is it a filing folder to put your used soup bones in, or a really uncomforable folding chair?
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    Ok, Feif's not giving us any info here, and the curiosity was killing me... Here's a bone folder.

    [IMG]images/user/bonefolderset.jpg[/IMG]

    It's for folding/creasing paper, I guess.

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    Originally posted by John
    It's for folding/creasing paper, I guess.
    Um, why not just use your hands?

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    ahhhh....very cool John, thanks... a bone folder...folder made of bone....

    I was wondering how to fold bones....
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    Cali, sorry I did not get back to you on that one. I have not looked at this thread in a little while.

    John, Thanks for the much needed assistance. It took me forever to find a place that sold the bone folder without some huge and expensive kit with paper and ribbon. My brother got it for me. Where did you see the add for the set of three? I would really like those. The one I got looks like the one on top.

    For anyone who does not know what it is exactly: A bone folder is a creasing tool that makes crisp folds that look like prefessional greeting cards. You can also use it as a burnisher(burnish-to make shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing. to rub (a material) with a tool for compacting or smoothing or for turning an edge). I like to make my own greeting cards. Fun!, Fun!

    My bone folder will not require you to use crutches when I am finished.

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    Thanks for the clarification/explanation, Feif!

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    Originally posted by Feifer

    My bone folder will not require you to use crutches when I am finished.
    That's too bad, it sounds a lot cooler as a weapon

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    Re. bone folder: I usually use a dull knife for this purpose (not a serrated knife, of course).

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    But a dull knife's not nearly as cool-sounding as a bone folder.

    Coming this fall to a theater near you: The Bone Folder

    Noted British critic "fluff" says "It'll crease you up!"

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