May 10 2010Don't Eat My Cookies!: Space Slug Oven Mitt


This is an oven mitt made to look like a Space Slug from the Star Wars universe. I'm gonna buy one and wear it filled with Vaseline like Curley did in Of Mice and Men.

The worlds of epicurean geeks and Star Wars geeks come crashing together with this Space Slug Oven Mitt. Based on the immense asteroid-dwelling slug who made a brief cameo in The Empire Strikes Back (I'm still not sure how it survived in the vacuum of space) this 12-inch version is made from a fire-retardent nomex cotton blend, which means it should survive rounds from a blaster, or a hot pair of barbecue tongs.

The $20 glove is currently available for pre-order and doubles as a Shrivel Penis with Teeth mitt if you're not into Star Wars.

One more product shot and a link to the buy page after the jump if you are interested.


Product Site (pre-order, shipping in August)
Star Wars Space Slug Oven Mitt [ohgizmo]

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No dark side cookie jokes ? I'm a sad sad panda.


This is a complete photoshop job. You can tell its a fake because the shadows are all wrong.

This is exactly like the scene in the movie Never Back Down where Max needed a oven mit to pull the freshly baked cookies out of the oven to surprise his pursuers

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1. Surgery steel!
2. Squamus!
3. Free nose cozy!


Gadgets, gizmos, and awesome?
You'd think this was a site for little mermaid fetishists or something?

The space slug can survive the vacuum of space because it is a silicon-based life form as opposed to a carbon-based life form. Because its home, the asteroid, is mainly silicon, feeding tendrils at the posterior end of the slug burrow into the surrounding rock and extract silicon-based compounds to nourish the creature. Its jaws and feeding organs have developed for the sole purpose of devouring space junk for its rich concentrations of silicon. The parasitic mynocks that live inside the beast are also silicon-based, giving them a reason to feast upon the power coils of the Millenium Falcon. I hope this answers your question, dear Geekologie writer, and I wish you happy cooking.

I have a bad feeling about this

haha F@*# yea for the of mice and men reference.

I do agree with #9 the Mice and Men reference shows how amazingly versed you are in literature. Tip of the hat goes to you GW!

That was too weird. I just finished reading "Of mice and Men" for lit class and it was really sad and depressing, so I read some Geekologie to take my mind off of it... And guess what GW references by the third post? XP

Useless nugget of Star Wars trivia: Species name = Exogorth

LOVE the Of Mice and Men reference. I say that to my wife all the time.
@7 and 8: nice!
I am really gonna get one of these.

Maybe I'll get two. One for cooking and the other for, well, a private game of 'eat the Falcon.'
I mean that I'll masturbate with it.

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