Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Pistachiopener


Even if you were to ignore the fact that a pistachio that doesn’t open as it’s roasted is immature and doesn’t taste as good as a mature pistachio, the PistachiOpener solves a problem that doesn’t really exist. If you absolutely must eat the few nuts whose shells haven’t fully opened, you can take a half-shell from one you’ve already eaten and use it to pry the closed one open.

Oreo Hell


As we march powerlessly into the future, Nabisco continues to create Oreo experiments, in this case threatening the legacy of both Fruity Pebbles and Oreos. And this Oreo flavor seems to be the sugar-distilled essence of disillusionment. But it’s probably hard to beat Cookies’N'Cream Oreos, the Oreos that are full of Oreo-flavored filling.

The Clever Cutter


Since the invention of the knife, humans have been trying to replace the knife with one piece of shit or another. The Clever Cutter is no exception, pairing a flimsy, cheap blade with a tiny cutting board. You can even see in the video that it struggles to cut through a block of cheese, or a single carrot. File this one with the One-Step Corn Kerneler, another device that looks good but fails when it comes to performing its one job.

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