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Magic Citrus Fruit Juicer Makes Juice IN THE FRUIT

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Takara Tomy's Gurefuru Chuchu juicer makes juice in any citrus fruit by churning the guts inside into a drinkable slurry. Mmmm, fresh orange brains. "That's a tomato, dummy." Making fun of the colorblind -- REAL F***ING COOL BRO.

Just take the Gurefuru Chuchu, use the "leaf" to open up a little hole and then insert the main character-themed part ("Mr. Gurefuru") into the top of the fruit. Twist him round lots of times for around one minute to churn up all the insides of the fruit and then take him out again. Now just use a conventional straw slurp up ("chuchu") the delicious and refreshing juice you've created!

Are you thinking what I'm thinking? "Will it work with raw meat?!" No, that's not what I was thinking. I was thinking about training my dog to write so I could play more video games. "You should -- it would probably be way better anyways!" I...am gonna pretend your cat wrote that.

Hit the jump for a worthwhile (read: wack) commercial and a link to the product site.



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There are Comments.
  • It would be so much more convincing if they poured the juice out to show you that its not just clumps of fruit guts floatingĀ  in a few drops of juice

  • Chi

    I'll buy twelve!

  • S.

    that close up shot of the hole clearly has the whole piece of fruit under water. So i'm not entirely convinced it makes a lot of juice. But still keen to try it.

  • I love how firstards are now at the bottom so it is usually the last comment I see.

  • MorningPanda

    JEWS JEWS!!

  • DO WANT

  • Guest

    This is a cute little dvice, but I'm one of those folks who prefer to eat the fruit.

  • grimbldoo

    I do to, but every once and a while...

  • Guy Collins

    oh no iv become one of those people :(

  • Guest

    So, does that mean you can dance with magical dapper fruit?

  • Guy Collins

    FIRST

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