This Cutter Turns Sandwiches into Tetris Pieces

Your mom always told you to stop playing with your food, but I’m here to encourage the exact opposite. You only live once, so why not have fun whenever the mood strikes? For instance, the next time you make a sandwich, go ahead and play some Tetris at the same time. You have my permission.

The guys at Fred have got you all set with their Bites and Pieces sandwich cutter. Simply set this plastic cutter atop your PB&J or any other regular sandwich, push down, et voilà… edible Tetris blocks! Of course, once you start eating these, I’m not sure how to stack them in your stomach. Let them pile up too much, and it’ll be Game Over for sure. But arrange them just right in your gut, and you’ll digest them, one line at at a time.

Like the idea? Then hum a little Russian tune, and select “A-TYPE” over on the Fred website, where you can grab the Bites and Pieces sandwich cutter for just $10.

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