Found with pool stuff in new house. Halp?
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Seems to be a cooking pot, but the lid coming apart throws me off.
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What's turning the water in a tidal creek bright pink and purple?
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I found this in a box of my old stuff. Can anyone tell me what it is? I have no clue where I even got it. It’s solid and slightly flexible. Feels like it might be metal.
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Strange Lights seen over West Texas Janurary 2019. Never seen anything like them before.
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What is this label that washed up on the beach? What is a “glass slipper”?
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Spotted in the penalty box of the Avalanche vs Flyers hockey game last night. Looks looks like short sections of the end of old hockey sticks with padding/tape wrapped around. Tape/padding colors mirror each other...Some sort of frustration relief devices?
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Grandfather recently passed away, and we found this small book with his personal belongings. He was born in Mexico, and I don’t know of his life before he came to the States.
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We found this at a thrift store and it was unopened/still had booze in it. Pretty sure it was a cognac, donno what kind but we drank it all the day before I got engaged and wanted to know what it might have been
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This weird green stuff appeared in my pan in my cupboard. I emptied it once thinking my roommate just left something in it, but more appeared overnight.
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There were thousands of these on the beach in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA. They were roughly 4-5 inches long and appeared to have a hollow space in them on one end.
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Mysterious black goop is falling from the ceiling. The building is a 33 story high rise that was built in 2007. More photos in comments.
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Bought in Rome at a flea market.
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What's this thing I found on a beach? It's hollow, and it's made of a shell-like material (about the size of one finger joint)
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Found this thing in the attic after my grandparents just passed. Anybody know what the heck this thing is? I'm stumped
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Weird electrical thingy found in a 1950’s high school.
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On a railway, not near a set of points. What is its purpose?
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Found this on my local library desk
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My father received 4 of these instead of 4 DMX lights off of eBay ~2 years ago. He said the lights were probably from an import business coming from China or something along those lines
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Friend found this at a thrift store, no idea what it is, more pictures in the comments
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The indian restaurant near my house has these bowls by the door. What are they and why are they for?
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This thing was given to me by the local crows I feed. It says "SAFE PACK" on both sides. Made of slightly flexible plastic.
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My brother bought this Soviet scope a few years ago, what is it from?
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Moved into a new house. This was left in the doorway by the previous owners. What is it?
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found in an old pharmacy in Central Europe. no movable parts...
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Grandma sent me these, wondering if I knew what they were. I figure they're some kind of marking for electrical wires or something underground, but I know somebody here knows more than I haha
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The circular part goes on the body and then the head goes on top of that. Apparently its a kitchen item. No one at my job knows what it is. Anyone have a guess?
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Found in a free toolbox I got, stamped MONO-LOCK. The outer parts expand slightly when I thread the wing nut in. The box included various drill bits & machine tools along with some concrete anchors and various other stuff. Any ideas?
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Three holes on one side, four on the other, two sticky-outy pieces on either side, plastic, black...
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What is this thing? It's made out of metal and it's heavy for its size, I use it for making little holes but I don't know it's original purpose.
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