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Tennessee tickler

Tennessee tickler
 n.— «I was getting in a work truck today at a gas station in the mojave desert california and was in a hurry. A guy that just pulled up and getting out of his car commented, “Now thats a Tennessee Tickler.” I was wearing a RAT7 by ontario. I just laughed told him the brand and left.» —“Slang names for knives” by stahl BladeForums.com Sept. 19, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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