All hail and worship the great deity that is the Flying Spaghetti Monster! Drain your wet noodle sustenance provided by his holiness with this arcane artefact, made in the one true god’s image, the Spaghetti Monster Drainer! This comedic colander is a fun design inspired by the satirical social movement of Pastafarianism that promotes a light-hearted view of religion and opposes the teaching of intelligent design and creationism.
Kitchen Sponge Holder Bed lets you lay your sponge in its bed and let it sleep tight, once the dishes are clean and bright. Who says your sponge can’t have a nice, comfy bed after working all day? It’s complete with two pillows for a snug tuck, which fits all standard brush sizes.
Concocting a delicious potion? Agatha will hold your spoon and release the steam from your bubbling pot! Agatha doesn’t slide or slip, just like how she rides broomsticks with firm grip. And here’s a bonus: this item also functions as a steam releaser.
Looking for a safe place to set down your sizzling pot? Bear in mind, this Grizzly Rug will stand the heat.
We don’t all live in a yellow submarine, but now a yellow submarinie can live in your cup! The Tea Sub submerges tea leaves to the bottom of your cup creating the perfect infusion of your favourite brew.
Splatypus Jar Scraper Spatula comes in handy when you’re looking for a snack and an empty jar looks back. It will work its way from the bottom to top, so you can enjoy every last drop.
Gracula Garlic Crusher makes mincing easy and efficient, in just one twist of Gracula’s head, he will crush your garlic like he mince it… Yes we’re not above stupid puns on this site.
When the clock strikes 12 and you’re ready to chug, summon Vino The Bat to open the bottles for you!
The next sighting of the Loch Ness Monster could be a little bit closer to home than you might think – in your kitchen! Designed around a traditional ladle shape, Nessie is always on hand to scoop up soup or dish out dinner.
Inspired by nature, the Jungle Spoon brings a taste of the great outdoors into your kitchen. Use it to serve up your favorite dish, knowing you’ll leaf nothing behind (no, we will never give up silly puns).
20 thoughts on “Top 10 Funniest Kitchen Gadgets by OTOTO”
Why would you start the week insulting Christians? A bunch of cute, clever little kitchen utensils, and you chose to focus on being hateful and small-minded. So much for all that tolerance I keep hearing about.
Because christians are so awfully touchy and are easily triggered. For the unchurched, it’s kinda like getting the temptation to rough up the cat that is sleeping in your spot on the couch. You just can’t resist..and the cat likes it as well. Get a life! Laugh a little, and you’ll be less of a target.
I don’t see any Christian insults in the post. It seems pro-Pastafarian to me. You just want to feel aggrieved.
Submit, nowhere does it point out Christianity. You are not a victim
“Flying Spaghetti Monster” is one of the oldest anti-Christian epithets around. All I did was point out unnecessary antagonism. But I guess the Golden Rule is dead.
Can’t be sure but maybe the Jesus freak clicked “next post” before commenting. Check out previous post above. It’s about children and the occult. (Which is pretty funny)
Lol, fancy getting upset because someone supposedly gave christians a serve, which they didn’t, when the whole thing is a myth created by mankind.
Jesus on a pogo stick. You need to carry around a business card that states “occupation: getting offended.”
” “Flying Spaghetti Monster” is one of the oldest anti-Christian epithets around.”? The Flying Spaghetti Monster is less than 30 years old. Also, it’s not anti-Christian, it’s anti-creationism. Do you think the dinosaur ladles are also anti-Christian?
Q: Do you believe in unicorns?
Q: Why not?
A: I’ve never seen a unicorn.
Q: Do you believe in god?
Oh I love wading into random online conversations with anonymous people! Everyone’s always so pleasant and level-headed.
I don’t see anything specifically “anti-Christian,” although I do see another point of view being referenced. We don’t know the religion of the article’s paper, but if a non-Chrstian person was telling me about something related to their religious beliefs, I wouldn’t take it as anti-Christian, I would take it mean that they didn’t have the same religious beliefs and I do. And that’s okay.
I think the world is scary enough without us making extra problems where they really don’t exist. It’s okay to relax, unclutch, and have a laugh at a silly colander.
Yours in Christ,
I LUV anti-xtian products. I also leave atheist tracts lying around at my public library. Where can I buy more humorous anti-xtian products?
@first poster, i am christian and i don’t feel offended ;) grab a beer 🍺 and calm down
Seriously, the Flying Spaghetti Monster set you off?
Someone was touched by his noodly appendage but in an uncomfortable way. If you need to show us where on the teddy bear we can start to heal together.
If the golden rule is dead, your orange god killed it.
i think even god want one of these
Seriously? Someone was offended by this?
Waaah, I’m a Christian and I’m being persecuted! Grow up!