Kitchen Kong Gorilla Whisk in Boing Boing shop


18 Responses to “Kitchen Kong Gorilla Whisk in Boing Boing shop”

  1. akbar56 says:

    Just knowing what I whisk I would think this thing would be a terrible thing to have to wash, let alone that much extra mass around the tines would defeat the purpose of whisking something.

  2. petz79 says:

    I don’t really get it. Sure, it looks funny and seems to target children or children-like adults, but does the gorilla add something to the function of the whisk or is it only decoration you have to get out of the whisk before use?

    • Mark_Frauenfelder says:

      So are you telling me that this silly product is silly? Wow, I didn’t know that!

      • twianto says:

        Looked like an honest question to me. *shrug*

        • petz79 says:

           Yeah, wasn’t meant to be a criticism. I’m not that into the whole ‘whisking scene’ so I thought I might be missing something.

          They could create other ‘Kong’ products, like a salt shaker in the form of the Empire State Building with Kong battling planes on top of it.

  3. joe c says:

    Gorillas in the Whisk?  wasnt that a documentary

  4. bcsizemo says:

    About as useful as this:

  5. Steve Taylor says:

    Looks like a beast to clean.

  6. gerardwhelan says:

    1. you will never stop being childish, have a look at your posts, your self.
    2. completely illogical and unwarranted disrespect of the Bible

  7. Rich Keller says:

    The secret of eternal youth is arrested development.  
    - Alice Roosevelt Longworth.

    And this looks like just the thing to whip up banana omelets.

  8. BobRH says:

    “When I was a child I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things… — 1 Corinthians 13:11 

    My reaction to anything to do with superheroes.

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