Captains log. Stardate 100929.5. Gadget specialist ThinkGeek has announced the Star Trek Pizza Cutter. Officially license, this all-metal device mimics the original USS Enterprise, but cuts through margheritas, chicken supremes, meat feasts et al as easily as the original warped through space. Star Trek Pizza Cutter Set the …
I wish I had some wierd trekkie friends!! this would make an excellent xmas pressie for one...
I suppose there is still time!
are there any sad, nerdy, but very cute young ladies on here I can woo??!!
Hi my names Julie and I am a tall blonde mathematics student. In my spare time I do some modelling and keep slim and fit with my pole dancing routine. In the evenings I like to chill out with pizza and beers watching old StarTrek episodes on my 600 Watt per channel home cinema system.
Send me a Pizza cutter and I will send you some photos and maybe a “dancing” video.
If there is, they really won't appreciate getting a pizza cutter for christmas mate
Wrong forum mate
You need Match.com, PlentyOfFish (if you're cheap), or Alt.com (if you're that way inclined) mate ;-)
Depending on your definition of young ......
There's a lot of us about .......
surely any geek/nerd who would be interested in such a thing gets all their Pizza pre-sliced before delivery?
re: my 2c
Its the recession. Even gnerds are suffering and are taking to shop-bought examples of their favourite food.
Wrong wrong wrong wrong WRONG!
Pleeease! Pizza is NOT pastry - get it right!
Already have the bottleopener from the missus.
Wonder if Santa is bringing one of these too.
You might find the tomatoes Klingon a bit too much.
I tweeted think geek
"what if you get some dried cheese on the right of the Enterprise Pizza Cutter - would it count as a cling-on on the starboard bow"
"Wooowww that was cheesy. DOUBLE-PUN."
Love that company :D
This reminded me of one I heard too many years ago:
What is the similarity between the Starship "Enterprise" and toilet paper?
They both orbit Uranus, and wipe out Klingons.
$25 and then some
Don't forget that if you order from Thinkgeek you'll have to pay the extortionate ransom their shipper applies for helpfully paying the import VAT for you. The likely cost will be double that listed.
they *still* haven't sorted out UK distribution!
That's rubbish. I'd buy loads of stuff from thinkgeek if it didn't cost so much for postage, duty, VAT and the commissions for paying them...
I occasionally hear about someone going to set up a UK distributor, or a bulk-buy scheme, but they never seem to actually happen...
I guess the bulk-buy 'ship a crate per month' plan is more hassle than it's worth.
"Now entering the Pineapple Sector, Captain."
"Emergency evasive manoeuvres! Full photon torpedo spread!"
Hours of fun to be had, and I know a Trekker or two who will be receiving one for Christmas.
How utterly pointless
I mean, on the one hand, it's a crap pizza cutter because you can barely use it, and on the other it's a crap sculpture because it's going to get pizza grease and cheese all wedged into the little crevices and suchlike. Thinkgeek -1, Reg -0.5 for wasting everyone's time with the story -- the real hardcore Trek goobers already bought one, and no one else cares.
I want to hit you really really hard ...
it is Awesome !!! i must go to think geek more often :D
I'll wait for the one that uses *REAL* phasers to cut.
All I can say is...
... I want one, and I've emailed a less-than-subtle hint to my other half regarding Christmas!
So tell me...
How the hell do you slice a margarita with a pizza cutter?
Stick it in liquid nitrogen
then get all segmentary on its ass
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