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Published on May 21, 2012
— UPDATE: "Ginger pellets for burdening?" — Looking in a Chinese dictionary, I found that 配料 pèiliào is "ingredient(s)". However, 配料 also has a rather obscure meaning. It is also the word for the load put into a blast furnace (used for metalworking), properly called the "burden". Looks like the folks at King Double blindly chose the wrong definition from their dictionary.
King Double ceramic knives are back.
This video was apparently put on Dealextreme a while back to inform customers about the King Double ceramic knives they sell. The announcer is just as amusing as in the original video (which I uploaded here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJBPpi...), but he now speaks slightly better English and has a better vocabulary.
This video, like the original, now also has subtitles, to help you understand the guy.