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February 6, 2023

What is it?*


Answer here this time tomorrow.

Hint: smaller than a bread box.

Another: man-made.

A third: inedible.

*I thought my "What is it?" feature was kaput, gone the way of the dodo bird after last year's Typepad meltdown, which led me to stop using photos and images in favor of YouTube videos for graphics.

Now that the wound has healed, I'm tip-toeing back into featuring photos.

February 6, 2023 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


Spy balloon?

Posted by: Jay | Feb 7, 2023 4:19:41 AM

You do know that "inedible" is very subjective. I am sure someone is up to the challenge. Ping pong ball.

Posted by: Mike | Feb 6, 2023 12:00:55 PM

The feedback on the return of this feature's got me so chuffed I might even drag "MorphWorld" out of the scrap heap.

Posted by: bookofjoe | Feb 6, 2023 10:13:26 AM

Glad that "What is it?" is back!!

Posted by: Rob O'Daniel | Feb 6, 2023 9:55:38 AM

I was afraid that "What is it?" was gone forever! Yay! Welcome back!

My guess: billiard cue ball.

Posted by: Ed | Feb 6, 2023 9:04:53 AM


Fortunately for me, most readers have no German — like me — and so won't notice it.

In fact, if I correct it, most readers will erroneously think I spelled it wrong!

This is an interesting conundrum and I and Vanta will ponder it for a while this morning.

Thank you!!!!

Posted by: bookofjoe | Feb 6, 2023 8:58:51 AM


Kaputt, not kaput.

Love and kisses,

Posted by: Rattlesnake Jake | Feb 6, 2023 8:42:44 AM

Servus Joe!

It is the highly magnified ceramic ball of a pen.

I could be completly wrong, of course...


Posted by: Rattlesnake Jake | Feb 6, 2023 8:41:00 AM

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