In honor of April Fool’s Day, this Easy Cheese 3d Printer seems apropos. Laugh all you want, but somebody will become a millionaire off some version of this concept some day. Or not. But a boy can dream. 

Via Sploid.Gizmodo.com

The best 3D printer is this Easy Cheese 3D printer

I’ve seen the future and it’s not 3D printing, it’s 3D Easy Cheese printing. That is, an Easy Cheese canister is taken and made to splooge out the golden orange yellow scientific miracle substance that is Easy Cheese like a 3D printer would print out objects. It fails spectacularly and hilariously and satirically but I’ve never been more excited about 3D printing.

This laugh out loud (and yet also soothing from the machine whirrs) video by Andrew Maxwell-Parish is goofy and ridiculous and will never be real but come on, who wouldn’t want an automated fake cheese robot in their kitchen. That’s what my dreams are made of.


So busy #easycheese

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I firmly believe that some things just don’t belong in spray cans. 

Pizza cologne, cannabis scented air freshener, and berry flavoured diabetes

All available in aerosol form and all as repellent as an estate agent heavily doused in Lynx (that’s the British equivalent of Axe, my dear American friends).

The wicked king of awful atomizers, however, is the processed dairy effluent known as Easy Cheese.

Cheese in a can was trialed in the UK but like the music of Dave Matthews and workplace shootings for some reason it never caught on over here.

Hard to see why, I mean look how appealing it is there pilled on top of a microwaved sad fish pie, all tangled up like so many neon orange tapeworms.


Music by Andy Chugg