A silly one, based on the fact that penknives always used to have (I don't know whether they still do) a spike which was allegedly for 'getting stones out of horses' hooves'. Despite knives routinely having this tool, I have never seen anyone run to a horse's aid with that spike at the ready. I'm not even sure whether boys are allowed to carry knives these days. Oh for the happy days before health and safety and knife-related violence.
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