Have you ever loved something so much you just wanted to cut it? Raise your hand if you have. Police, arrest everyone with their hand in the air -- but watch out for hidden blades.
While it might look like a brain-bending puzzle, Mia Schmallenbach's Meeting Knives set actually features a brilliant design allowing four different kitchen knives: a paring knife, a carving knife, a chef's knife and a filleting knife to all stack inside each other on a single block of steel. The proportions of each knife were apparently determined by the Fibonacci sequence
Beautiful. You can get your own set for ~$920, or $480 if you're cool with a wood block instead of steel. Me? I'm a man of steel. Just sayin', you ever seen a man cut a fallen I-beam off a schoolbus full of children with nothing but his penis before? Probably should have used my laser vision.
Meeting Knives Set Is The Deadliest Puzzle I've Ever Seen [ohgizmo]
Thanks to Jessica, who once stabbed a knife with another knife for cutting her finger when she was slicing a tomato. LOLWUT?!
We've already seen ninja-star and joystick coathooks, so why not $15 knife coathooks? Yes, why not knives? "Because they promote violence?" Um, no, stop being stupid. I'm not even allowed near safety-scissors and I'm still one of the most violent people I know. Seriously, ... / Continue →
This $8,550 Periodic Coffee Table features actual samples of all 92 naturally occurring elements.
By embedding all element samples in clear acrylic, they are beautifully presented and also protected from tarnishing. This format also helps to addresses health and safety issues,... / Continue →
Because hell hath no fury like a woman scorned robot armed, Japanese firm Mayekawa Electric has developed a robot programmed to bone a ham. And not like that pervert Old MacDonald either, I'm talking about actually removing the bone from the meat with a blade. Yipes!
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