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07. 18. 2008

Lego cutlery for some mealtime fun

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Lap it up Lego fans, now you can get yourself some Lego-like cutlery if the Snack and Stack utensils from Fred and Friends start selling on the market. Each set of three (fork, spoon and knife) utensils has handles made of silicone that lock into each other just like Lego blocks. And apparently that’s not just for fun, but for utility as well. You can stack up the threesome easily enough for storage, or discover further uses with your imagination.

Methinks they have the potential to liven up a dull kitchen or even inspire a fussy child to have a hearty meal.

Via Slippery Brick.

Posted by kanchana    Category: eat/drink | home | novelty
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