This is a photo graph of the bowl which I recently purchased.
It looks like the kind of bowl I use for my dog (although this one is FAR more attractive than my dog bowl). The prongs act as obstacles to slow down his eating speed.
It looks more like a ceramic cake pan... but what would you use those posts for??? tiered cakes??? As a steam bath with another pan on top??? like perhaps for souffle? At first I thought it might be used to hold something like a pumpkin upright while it was baking or a hot water version of a hot service... I am going to have to say a steam bath for specialty baked items.....
It could also be for keeping something chilled? Perhaps? Placing ice underneath another platter that will sit on top of this? No clue, just a guess.
by TheHoleStory 3 years ago
What kind of a bug is this?
by B0SSET;KaRDASHiAN 7 years ago
To me, girls should change their hair every 2-3 days.I have the type of hair, that after two days it starts to itch really bad and smell. So i wash my hair every 3 days and change my hair styles a lot
by Cecil Kenmill 2 years ago
What kind of flower is this?A friend says it's a tulip. She's pretty good at flowers but I've never seen a tulip like this. This picture was taken in March. I'm not sure if it was deliberately planted. Any help appreciated. Thanks!
by andrew savage 5 years ago
What does it mean to live in End Times?
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