Talk:Lusikkahaarukka

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This page uses Creidiki's personal experiences as a reference, not that i disagree (i have those same experiences), but is it alright to give your experience as a reference? I mean, does it go along with OR policy? If it's ok, i'd like to add some of my own experiences considering luha. For example, where i served my compulsory military service, luha was kept in the pocket of BDU (never in the mess kit), and was even told to be as the last fighting tool, after losing your rifle, or even worse, your puukko. Woden (talk) 23:48, 7 June 2008 (UTC)

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Grammar corrections[edit]

The word is spelled wrong. The word is a compound noun and it is properly spelled without the hyphen. TKB (talk) 18:52, 22 March 2009 (UTC)