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If seeing yourself in the mirror every morning isn't enough, the Selfie Toaster should do the trick. Created by the Vermont Novelty Toaster Corporation, this weird toaster allows customers to burn impressions of their photos to create personalized toast. After uploading your selfie, transfers them into their CAD program for use with the CNC plasma cutter. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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We have seen the future of ice cream, and it's probably going to come in all shapes, thanks to 3D printing. MIT students Kyle Hounsell, Kristine Bunker and David Donghyun Kim have created a prototype 3D printer that can make extremely soft serve ice cream in various shapes. According to the trio, "First, we needed to print into a cooled environment so that the ice cream would hold its shape once printed. We bought a small upright freezer which was large enough to both put the Solidoodle inside and allow for the full build volume we were aiming for." Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Another day, another batch of unusual kitchen and home accessories you probably never knew about. They include: a "Rock and Pour" drink dispenser, NY fork pizza slicer, battery-powered ice cream cone twirler, microwave S'mores maker, a vacuum pan that's built directly into the wall, veggie pasta maker, and a weight alarm clock. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video on how to speak British.

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You've probably heard the term "game changer" in several different contexts, and these ingenious home inventions just might fall under that category. Starting off, we have "Mowi", an innovative robot lawn mower that automatically calculates where it needs to mow and compresses the cut grass into cylindrical blocks for easy disposal. Continue reading for more.

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Let's face it, most kitchens aren't the best looking places in the house, but thanks to the internet, picking up a few things to liven the atmosphere (or geekify it) is as easy as browsing your favorite online store. Our picks include: a Darth Vader toaster that burns his mask into your bread, lightsaber chopsticks, a Pi cutter, Pac-Man oven mittens, and a Dr. Who-themed Tardis fridge. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a real-life fruit ninja.

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Zuzia Kozerska, a designer from Poland, managed to combine modern technology with a traditional kitchen tool by using a laser-cutting machine. In other words, she used the machines to engrave fun designs onto rolling pins which can then be used to make some very creative baked goods, including cookies. There are a variety of geometric patterns, animals and even custom-engraved versions should you so desire one. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Most mixers look boring, this Boba Fett design does not. Deviantartist Tommy Filth took his love of Star Wars to the next level with this custom creation. This project started when he asked for a KitchenAid baking mixer for Christmas, and requested that his wife pick him up a second non-functioning one for parts. Continue reading for twenty-four more cool gadgets and accessories that every geek should have in their kitchen.

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Learning how to cook these days is as easy as searching for videos on YouTube or looking up recipes on Pinterest, but even with the added convenience, there are some internet geeks who should still avoid making things in the kitchen. For example, this person left a live lobster with a giant knife and ended up with the bizarre scene that you see above. Continue reading for more.

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Chicago-based entreprenuer and inventor Geraint Krumpe has developed something worth getting "egg-cited" about, an innovative gadget that gently spins the egg, blending the yolk and the white without cracking the shell itself. The already-scrambled egg can then be soft or hard boiled, and according to Krumpe, makes them tastier than regular eggs. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Sure, a Darth Vader toaster that burns the iconic mask directly into your toast may sound cool, but just a regular toaster oven will do in most cases. The same can be said for the Dr. Who Tardis fridge, which may actually be larger on the inside. Whatever the reason may be, these awesome kitchen gadgets and accessories serve as great conversation pieces nonetheless. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of two ladies who flew on a plane for the first time and their priceless reactions.

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