Fart Code, An App That Scans Foods To Determine Its Fart Power

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Sure, you could easily scan your food to find out its caloric and gluten content. But what if you’re a conscience shopper who monitors your foods’ gaseous properties?

Fart Code is a handy little mobile app that’ll scan the bar code of foods, and let you know the amount of flatulence you could expect from them. Although this seems a bit childish, Fart Code actually uses a sophisticated algorithm to determine how toxic a fart would be, based on the food’s ingredients.

The fartometer, as it’s called, then gives you a rating and appropriate fart noise and vibration. Just remember, that your iPhone on ‘silent,’ could be deadly.

[link, via Laughing Squid]

Tauntaun Cuts Breaks Down The Beast’s Primal Parts and Comfy Belly

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Here at Foodiggity, we’re big fans of butcher diagrams. Even if the animal being segmented may or may not actually exist.

So, Tauntaun Cuts is right up our alley. Brought to us by Super7Store, the handy chart points out the transportation vehicle’s primal parts, as well as reminding us that its belly could be quite comfy and warm.

Tauntaun Cuts is available as a t-shirt or print.

[link, via GeekAlerts]

Grillography, A Typeface Made From Grilled Food

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You have a BBQ-related design project, and you’re looking for the perfect font to get your point across… Grillography is here to help that along.

The typeface consists of actual grilled food items, either cut and formed into a desired letter, or simply taking advantage of the food’s natural shape. We’re looking at you, Pineapple O.

Grillography is brought to us by Oslo-based agency Anti, and was made to promote Scandinavian supermarket chain, Rimi. We assume to help sell their grill-friendly items.

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[link, via designtaxi]

The City Dish Rack For Flooding Tiny Streets

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If you need to air-dry some tableware, and want your dishes to feel giant, The Inception Dish Rack is here to help.

Created by designer Luca Nichetto, the silicone rack is made to look like Manhattan, with its streets and avenues spaced perfectly apart to hold your dishes and glasses.

The Inception parts comes if you ever want to fold the dish rack in on itself like in the movie. Then you can have a dream inside a dream about finally getting a dishwasher.

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[link, via Homes and Hues]

Splash Cutting Board Bleeds Off Your Countertop

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Hopefully this isn’t a sign of things to come… But The Splash Chopping Board looks as though it’s bleeding off your countertop.

Designed to remain stable while you work, the durable surface will hold up to all of your cutting needs. And, the ‘drip’ is easily removable for cleaning and storage. Available at The Foodiggity Shop, $21.99.

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