You are what you eat. So of course, it’s important to know what you put into your body. One way to do that is to look at the package. The list of ingredients are a telling sign of what’s to come. But what of food that has no ingredient list? Shouldn’t our one-ingredient meals get the same treatment?
The Hutzler Snack Attack Celery and Dip to Go Serve Set says yes. It might look more like a mysterious green bullet than a heart of celery, but once you know, you know what’s inside. Not only does the amusing celery container transport celery to and fro, but the design also includes a self-contained dip container.
They say it takes more calories to consume celery than it gives back resulting in so-called negative calories. Of course, that doesn’t include whatever mysterious fatty dip that the dip container has in store. But hey, designing a dip container in the “shape” of dip is probably kind of hard to do.
And here’s something that’s fun to say: Also available in Carrot.
Hutzler Snack Attack Carrot and Dip to-Go
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Like most people, I thought unicorns pooped rainbows. Turns out we were all wrong. Rainbows do come from unicorns (of course), but they come out from three little holes on their back. Or at least rainbow sprinkles do. And now you know.
Here’s the evidence: Unicorn Sprinkles Shaker.
April 11, 2014 No Comments
You know that scene in Rocky when Sylvester Stallone drinks the raw eggs? Sure you do. If not, you can be reminded of it below. (Ewww… salmonella). I’m not sure if that’s what the makers of the Decodyne Egg Tea Infuser had in mind when they designed this tea steeper, but that’s what it looks like. But remember, tea is much darker than raw egg protein slurry that Rocky drank — so you don’t have to look at the egg while drinking it!
April 3, 2014 No Comments
This is filed away under ThinkGeek’s annual April Fool’s Day shenaniganary, but something tells me this one is gonna show up for real someday. It’s happened before and should happen again. I have a good feeling about this. (Previously, the Star Wars Tauntaun Full Size Sleeping Bag made it from gag to reality.)
The ThinkGeek Das Can-in-Stein is (will be) designed to hold any 12 ounce can transforming it into a pewter tankard. It should be simple enough to produce, so perhaps one day soon we will all be making toasts like Oktoberfest patrons, Dark Ages knights, or Vikings and whatnot with the amusing drink accessory. However, in preparation for such day, start the bread-growing now — it is highly doubtful that the Mr. Beard Beard Machine will make it into production in time.
Happy April Fool’s Day!
April 1, 2014 No Comments