Dating a swiss army knife

Steven Regengold, who blogs as The Gear Junkie, went to Ibach and Delemont, the two Swiss towns which still manufacture every Swiss Army tool for Victorinox and Wenger S. There doesn’t outwardly appear to be a psychotic killer on the loose in “Jungle,” the fifth feature from slash-happy Aussie horror specialist Greg Mc Lean, but it turns out Mother Nature is more than happy to do the honors.

Klamr, a new multi-task messaging app for i OS and Android debuted on the App Store Friday.

It's a Swiss Army knife type of service combining some of the most beloved social functions: messaging, social planning, location search, reviews, chat, and photo sharing. You then search for friends by their digits, and choose who to include in a meal, activity or event, specifying time and location.

Amount: $20 Message: “I didn’t actually want to split drinks.” Rationale: It’s never too soon to start being honest in a new relationship, and if you didn’t actually want to split the bill, you should let him know right away. Amount: $40 Message: “Marketing fees associated with me blogging about this date.” Rationale: He’s a weirdo, and weirdos need to be blogged about.

Dating blogs need to be read, and so they need to be advertised on Facebook and Google.

He knew he was being blog-worthy on the date, so he owes you money for advertising.

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