Surely there’s some ridiculous watermelon-slicing contraption available on QVC or other random infomercial. Or, you could try to develop the mad knife skills of this Publix grocery employee, who peels and dices an entire watermelon in 21 seconds. We call him ‘The Watermelon Ninja.’ Go, ninja!
Archives for April 2013
Stop sticking a fork in that vertical toaster… The Arzum Firrin loads and delivers horizontally — so it’ll conveniently slide your toast across, instead of it competing with gravity and an inferior spring mechanism.
Sure, the toaster only does one slice at a time, and we’d like to think that most people make sure to unplug their toaster before sticking a metal utensil in it. And, at $72 — you read that correctly — the Firrin doesn’t even tell you the weather or imprint an image of Domo on the bread. However, the horizontal toaster is available in an array of cool colors. Still, no Domo… Fail.
Mmmm… Vinyl. Brought to us by Miss Insomnia Tulip, Classic Album Cover Cake Pops depict some of the greatest albums of all time. You may have seen a few of these show up as a small square on your iPod.
The pops were created for an unspecified client, and unfortunately not available for mass consumption.