Haiku Taunt

Of French origin
Pierce it does
Ornamental yes; but no thread

Identify this object of very common use.

HINT: Note that the answer has also been given to a class of Java programs, and in that context is derived from the words “agent” & “applet”

ANSWER
Aglet it is indeed/The shiny thing that helps/you tie them laces in a spree!

haha. Katoch, and Pande got it right. Wow, Katoch, respect. Thanks 😛

Soumya, No AIR 1?

BTW, My site suggestion for this is iansshoelaces.com, or something like that

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4 Responses to Haiku Taunt

  1. GG says:

    hope its not one of these:
    safety pin
    paper clip
    needle
    staple pin or stapler

  2. yossariancsinghania says:

    Was going through the previous posts…you forgot floyd’s dark side of the moon in your best selling albums wala question…don’t do this to me man…c’mon!

    L’Aiguille (Needle) ?

  3. yossariancsinghania says:

    sorry about the false accusation…
    achcha things didn’t work out as i had planned them to be,
    so i’ll end up in dce…(that rhymes)…

    aglet?

  4. abhinav says:

    Shaurya UNCLE,

    Aglet.The answer came to me in a flash as I was dreaming of nubile,wraith-like creatures gliding up and down the sweaty corridors of my nighttime dreamscapes.Somehow I found myself here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aglet

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