A novelty seat belt cutter produced for CGE. The 3-1/2 floppy discs and drives were introduced by Sony in 1981. (They replaced the 5-1/4" discs, whose size was supposedly dictated by the size of cocktail napkin.) The 3-1/2" ones eventually grew to be able to store a mighty 1.44 MB of data. OK, so your thumb drive has way more memory--try cutting your seatbelt with it!