The Throwzini Knife Block isn't your ordinary knife receptacle. Okay it is, but at least it looks good. Reminiscent of this knife rest, it resembles the 'Rotating Wheel of Puncture Wounds' I saw at a circus once as a kid. It was awesome, the dude caught a knife right in the leg. Blood was spurting like a ruptured fire hydrant. Urban Trends will be selling these soon, for an undisclosed price. I managed to get my hands on one early, and I've got to say I'm a little disappointed. I thought you were actually supposed to throw the knives into the slots, and that magnets or something would guide them into their holes. I ended up losing the two smallest toes on my right foot, my left thumb, and a cat before I figured it out that's not how it works.
Throwzini's Knife Block Stores Cutlery on Wheel of Death [gizmodo]
Seen here looking unsure which one to stick up up your butt and which one to stab you with, CIROS the robot prepares a salad. Later in the video he actually slices the cucumber, which, if you pretend its a peen like I did, is pretty terrifying.
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