The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

19 April 2007

But do they keep warm in the fridge?

Atomic Food Containers are supposed to discourage people from stealing your lunch, what with the radioactivity symbols and the Eat and Glow legends and all. I have serious doubts, though, that these would work at 42nd and Treadmill: some of those people will eat seemingly anything, with the possible exception of ocelot spleen.

(Via Popgadget.)

Posted at 5:22 PM to Entirely Too Cool


...with the possible exception of ocelot spleen.

No wonder. Everyone knows there's no substitute for civet spleen.

Posted by: McGehee at 8:07 PM on 19 April 2007

I used to work with a guy that would keep an inventory of what was in the break room refrigerator. If the item in question had been there "too long," it was eaten by him. No foods were given the chance to get moldy.

Posted by: Jeffro at 9:40 PM on 19 April 2007

"...with the possible exception of ocelot spleen."

Have you tried wolf's nipple chips?

Posted by: Tam at 10:36 PM on 19 April 2007

There was this brief vogue for "proper food," but I got over it.

Posted by: CGHill at 7:03 AM on 20 April 2007