Hmmmm, cant tell you how many times I needed to sharpen my pencil in
the middle of something.
A drill with a built in pencil sharpener (but outside the main chuck),
manual or electric would be very helpful, I'd bet a lot of folks would
find it a very useful idea to sharpen a pencil in a hole in the back
of the drill.
This one looks like it will kill the pencil though, but might be
useful for tapering 1/4 inch dowel ends.
Here's a tip that can SAVE YOUR LIFE!
This business about a wooden stake is pure Hollywood bullshit!
If you read Bram Stoker's book, you'll find that you dispatch a vampire with
a BOWIE KNIFE, not some pissant tentpeg!
We have a lot of Bowie knives here in Texas and hardly any vampire problem
Stuck on the end of an interchangeable-bit screwdriver, that might
actually be useful and usable. In a drill, that would take a real steady
hand and a fine touch, to avoid just snapping the pencil.
For one pencil, I'd be inclined to just use it hand-held.
I wonder how many they have sold? Dollar store has serviceable hand
pencil sharpeners a whole lot cheaper. It would be a good gag gift for a
tool geek, I guess.
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