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** [[GiantSquid Ikaros Much]] of the New Fishmen Pirates is seen wielding a set of harpoons with tips shaped like squids. When he uses them in combat, is revealed that the tips aren't blades, but dry squid which suck the moisture out of anyone hit to become normal squids again.


* Crafting in ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}''. A torch is coal on a stick, a redstone torch is a pile of crushed redstone on a stick, an iron sword is two ingots on a stick, and a diamond pickaxe is three diamonds on two sticks.

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* Crafting in ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}''. A torch is coal on a stick, a redstone torch is a pile of crushed redstone on a stick, an iron sword is two ingots on a stick, and a diamond pickaxe is three diamonds on two sticks. And of course, a fishing rod (two strings on three sticks) can be made into a [[MotivationOnAStick Carrot-on-a-stick]] by crafting it with a carrot.



* ''VideoGame/''{{Bloodborne}}'': Many trick weapons.

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* ''VideoGame/''{{Bloodborne}}'': ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'': Many trick weapons.


* [[CoolSword Sword]] / [[KnifeNut Knife]] = BladeOnAStick

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* [[CoolSword Sword]] / [[KnifeNut Sword]][=/=][[KnifeNut Knife]] = BladeOnAStick



* Heavy Weight = DropTheHammer

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* Heavy Weight = DropTheHammerDropTheHammer[=/=]CarryABigStick


* ''VideoGame/''Bloodborne}}'': Many trick weapons.

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* ''VideoGame/''Bloodborne}}'': ''VideoGame/''{{Bloodborne}}'': Many trick weapons.

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* ''VideoGame/''Bloodborne}}'': Many trick weapons.
** Burial Blade = Sword/Scythe = Curved Sword() + Stick(Collapsible)
** Kirkhammer = Sword/Greathammer = Short Mallet(Internal Hole) + Sword()
** Ludwig's Holy Blade = Sword/Greatsword = Sharp Sword Sheath() + Sword()
** Whirligig Saw = Club/Buzzsaw-On-A-Stick = Buzzsaw() + Mace()


* The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-tank_grenade Lunge Mine]] - an anti-tank grenade on a stick used in [[SuicideAttack 'Tokko']] [[WorldWarTwo attacks]].

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* The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-tank_grenade Lunge Mine]] - an anti-tank grenade on a stick used in [[SuicideAttack 'Tokko']] [[WorldWarTwo [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII attacks]].


* Leo of ''VGCats'' gives us Rat-on-a-Stick, but it's called the Rat-Flail instead.

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* Leo of ''VGCats'' ''Webcomic/VGCats'' gives us Rat-on-a-Stick, but it's called the Rat-Flail instead.


* A ''Beetle Bailey'' cartoon from 1963 had Sgt. Snorkel at a restaurant genteely describing the way to prepare Stew On A Shingle, which in less genteel words was the Army repast Shit On A Stick (chipped beef of toast).

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* A ''Beetle Bailey'' cartoon from 1963 had Sgt. Snorkel at a restaurant genteely describing the way to prepare Stew On A Shingle, which in less genteel words was the Army repast Shit On A Stick or Shit On A Shingle (chipped beef of on toast).


* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'': "Not So Awesome Blossom" had out red-headed little heroine running away from home hen nothing goes right for her, and she gets a job at a restaurant called Hot Dog On A Skewer (a take from the actual west coast chain Hot Dog On A Stick).

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'': "Not So Awesome Blossom" had out our red-headed little heroine running away from home hen when nothing goes right for her, and she gets a job at a restaurant called Hot Dog On A Skewer (a take from the actual west coast chain Hot Dog On A Stick).


* A ''Beetle Bailey'' cartoon from 1963 had Sgt. Snorkel at a restauranr genteely describing the way to prepare Stew On A Shingle, which in less genteel words was the Army repast Shit On A Stick (chipped beef of toast).

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* A ''Beetle Bailey'' cartoon from 1963 had Sgt. Snorkel at a restauranr restaurant genteely describing the way to prepare Stew On A Shingle, which in less genteel words was the Army repast Shit On A Stick (chipped beef of toast).


* A ''Beetle Bailey'' cartoon from 1963 had Sgt. Snorkel at a restauranr genteely describing the way to prepare Stew On A Shingle, which in less genteel words was the Army repast Shit On A Stick.

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* A ''Beetle Bailey'' cartoon from 1963 had Sgt. Snorkel at a restauranr genteely describing the way to prepare Stew On A Shingle, which in less genteel words was the Army repast Shit On A Stick.Stick (chipped beef of toast).

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'': "Not So Awesome Blossom" had out red-headed little heroine running away from home hen nothing goes right for her, and she gets a job at a restaurant called Hot Dog On A Skewer (a take from the actual west coast chain Hot Dog On A Stick).
* A ''Beetle Bailey'' cartoon from 1963 had Sgt. Snorkel at a restauranr genteely describing the way to prepare Stew On A Shingle, which in less genteel words was the Army repast Shit On A Stick.


* One of the earliest "Late Night with ''DavidLetterman''" RunningJoke was Larry "Bud" Melman (Calvert [=DeForrest=]) selling toast-on-a-stick.

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* One of the earliest "Late Night with ''DavidLetterman''" ''Creator/DavidLetterman''" RunningJoke was Larry "Bud" Melman (Calvert [=DeForrest=]) selling toast-on-a-stick.


* The Movie ''{{Hoodwinked}}'' features the character of the Woodman who's day job is selling Schnitzel on a Stick and has an entire song and dance number featuring the food item.
** As a note, the concept of Schnitzel may have been what lead to the invention of the corndog.

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* The Movie ''{{Hoodwinked}}'' movie ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'' features the character of the Woodman who's day job is selling Schnitzel on a Stick and has an entire song and dance number featuring the food item.
** As a note, the concept of Schnitzel may have been what lead to the invention of the corndog.
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* ''{{BIONICLE}}'': Matau uses a [[ChainsawGood buzzsaw]] on a stick and Whenua a [[ThisIsADrill drill]] on a stick

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* ''{{BIONICLE}}'': ''Toys/{{BIONICLE}}'': Matau uses a [[ChainsawGood buzzsaw]] on a stick and Whenua a [[ThisIsADrill drill]] on a stick

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