Eat, type, eat, type… It’s all we do. So, designer Hella Jongerius created My Soft Office. Part dinner plate, part functional keyboard — the eat/work hybrid will make it even easier for the boss to make you work through lunch. Not available for sale yet.
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Working through lunch again, and can’t get away from your desk? Lucky for you, New York-based artist Victor Vetterlein has come up with an edible desk lamp. Officially-titled Bite Me, the lamp is made from vegetable glycerin and agar, with an embedded LED light source.
Once the LED is removed and the lamp is softened in water, it can be consumed, and you can get back to work. Have fun doing those expense reports in the dark, office drone. Bite Me will be available soon in four flavors — orange, cherry, blueberry and apple.
It doesn’t get much better than the perfect mix of tomato juice, spices, and vodka. Unless of course, your Bloody Mary has a cheeseburger sticking out of it. This fully-loaded Bloody Mary has all that you’ll need to help start the day off correct — with the added bonus of a bacon cheeseburger and Sprecher beer. Brunch just got real.
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Dost thou hath a few eggs to fry? Or, perchance thee seeks attention from the fair maiden of the kitchen? Combat Kitchenware will help battle your way through any meal. Currently a Kickstarter project, the skillet comes complete with a hilt attached for easily handling, when you must bequeath your bacon from pan to plate.
Brought to us by Morlock Enterprises, the project even offers custom sword skillets for larger donations, to suit your ‘unique culinary fighting style.’
Why should you be bothered with roasting times, and ricing potatoes on Thanksgiving, when you can go straight to dessert? Thanksgiving Dinner Cupcakes by Make Bake Celebrate are made to look like an entire Turkey Day feast.
So, hopefully your guests won’t complain about not getting their turkey. They’ll just have to go six cupcakes deep to get an entire meal. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! See how these are done here.