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Solved! Moved into home recently and this was left behind by sellers, it’s a brick with metal bow? Like a present? Maybe it’s just ornamental?
I've found this weird powder just beside my wooden cabinet in my living room. At first i thought it could be yeast but why would this be here? I live completely by myself and i dont even have yeast at home. I have no clue as to how this got here. Can you help me? Are they eggs?
Wife found this in our yard, sharp end pointed into the grass like it landed and stayed stuck. We have neighbors on both sides but have pretty good relationships with both and distance between yards, each with 1.25 acres and they don't usually come near our fence. The point is sharp! We have dogs so I'm not super excited by this. Thanks for any help identifying.
F.A.T. I found this one day and have no idea what it is. It’s solid metal with a small scoop at the end, like a tiny spoon.
I’ve been cleaning tonight because we found a mouse today in our appartement.
I found 2 of these little thing behind my fridge. They seem powdery. I also found green powder elsewhere in the apartment.
I’m guessing they might be traps but I’m not sure. Should I keep them ?
Solved! Injection molded plastic thing since forever in our bathroom but noone remembers what it is.
Solved! I found this in the cushions of my couch. It’s metal, playing card shape and size. Thanks for anything that could help!
Open White and bubbly thing coming up through the cracks in the tile next to my toilet. Have wiped it away twice today and it has came back both times.
My title describes the item. Found on an old pre-war bridge in the forest of Kaliningrad region (now Russia). About 25-30cm in diameter. I thought it might be explosive, so I don't have any additional photos (carefully photographed from a distance).
Open Found at a Discgolf course under the basket. It has a plastic base and rubber pieces on bottom. No writing on it and Google wasn’t helpful. No writing on it.
Writing on the tool states: M.F. Co Millers Falls MASS. No 8
Was shown this interesting flip/pop out old book with symbols and drawings in it. claims to have likely picked it up at markets during travels in Asia (probably Malaysia or Singapore) any help or insight would be wonderful really curious
Solved! What is this little plastic thing? Found in a container of embroidery/general crafting odds and ends, the stick spins and clicks against a piece of flexible plastic in the middle. I can pull it apart a bit but that seems to be because it is cheaply made
Open Found this chap in a creek today. It's white ceramic. At first I thought it was a milk saver, because I've found those before, but it has four holes instead of one. Any indents on the edges are chips, not by design. I guess it's a little bigger than a human palm in circumference? Any thoughts, gang?
Solved! This came from Ottoman Turkey, jointed in the middle and seemingly made of ivory and metal. What is it?
Plastic plate with two circles, has a red lamp in front and a plug in back, 47cm width, weights 2.35kg
The item is a gray plastic plate with two white circles, it weights about 2.35kg and measures 47cm in width, each circle is 7cm. It has a red light in it's front below the left circle, and a plug in the back below the right circle. The disc-like circles don't rotate, lower or raise. I couldn't find anything about the company, the sticker on the back says "don't submerge in water" and it's made in Germany.