Keyboard waffles

Artist Chris Dimino creates waffle maker that makes waffles in the shape of computer keyboard.

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Photo of Chris Dimino's keyboard waffle maker.
Hot buttered keyboards. Mmmmm... Chris Dimino

Want to celebrate the predictable tragedy that your life has become by eating waffles shaped like the very instrument that invisibly shackles you to your desk? Artist Chris Dimino has modified an old typewriter to produce keyboard-shaped waffles, perfect for honing those typing skills before you get to work. The waffle maker is just a one-off, but hopefully some geek-minded, breakfast-loving entrepreneur will get cracking on a retail version soon (make a pirate toaster while you're at it).

(via TreeHugger)