Edward Horsford sure has a good sense of humor. His product, the Industrial-Strength Lemon Squeezer, takes a common household item and transforms it into an unconventional product that is a combination of a hammer, anvil, and dispenser, all rolled into a single unit. To use it, all you need to do is cut a lemon in half, put in in place, grab the hammer and take out all your anger and frustration on the poor lemon.
The product is not very practical, hence why Edward didn't market it.
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