@2many2no@PlacidPenguin oh yeah, after WTFing for a few minutes, I scoured my Amazon browsing history. I’ve viewed other odd things in the past and you get on a ‘recommend weird shit’ amazon list. Found and purged a bunch of stuff I don’t recall viewing (probably from Reddit links)
We make nachos for the other people in our lives. The ones who say “I think I’ll go on a diet for a few days,” and drop 7 pounds without trying. Them. Those bastards. We make nachos for them, because we secretly hate them and their over-achieving metabolism.
@shahnm There are citrus juicers for which the cleaning process doesn’t exceed the value. Not electric ones. But yeah, any of the kind of juicer you can put greens in short of an industrial one making juice for hundreds of people all day long, the cleaning process alone exceeds the value of the juice.
Attn meh research department, the following two reviews are why I bought it:
Well, it was a good idea. Hot cheese on demand? heck yes! Unfortunately it just doesn’t work well. It heats up about one squeeze worth of cheese and then you have to wait for 2 mins for more heat. As much as I wanted this to work it just doesn’t. This is not fat guy approved. Thanks for crushing my dreams of assembly line nachos. Dream killers.
Loving cheese is normal. I love it in a way that… maybe isn’t so normal. I’m also the kind of person who loves playing with my food, loves absurdity for the sake of absurdity, and loves making food art (for GISHWHES or for no reason at all). I even tried to get this community to make food art with me when I was the goat. All of those nuts who left the 5-star reviews on Amazon… those are my people. I really can’t go on like nothing has changed after learning that this thing exists.
For $5 I might have bought it then regretted it in the morning. $15 is just too much for something I might use once, (maybe) and then let sit in a drawer for far too long before ultimately trying to hawk at a garage sale for a buck…
Customer questions & answers
Question: Is this legal in California or Chicago? Or is its capacity reduced there?
Answer: It is but there’s a three day waiting period to purchase it, which includes an FDA background check. Automatic version sales are limited to Alaska and Texas.
By Max on November 3, 2017
The Fondoodler is not bound by the now-expired Federal Assault Weapons Ban of 1994 or any of the eight U.S. state restrictions on high-capacity magazines. If extra cheese cartridges are one day sold for the product, restrictions may be applicable. ALWAYS DOODLE RESPONSIBLY
By Fondoodler SELLER on May 4, 2017
I find that stuffing a delicate Gorgonzola into my marijuana dab rig and gently exciting the atoms into a synchronized swimming mosh pit of oozy goodness without the bruising of direct heat element contact is SO much better than extruding them like sickly cheese curd turds out of an electrified curling iron slash caulking gun; not to mention the satisfaction of sucking them through the rig bong water which not only removes any post factory impurities but also gives you the advantage of replacing the water with a crisp Chardonnay or rish Pinot Noir so the mouth feel is not only a rush of slippery hamster baby sized gooey cheese morsels but you also have the added benefit of a savory splash of vino to wash it down if you suck hard enough with the carb in place—like a fondu bukkake tidal wave of oolala du fantastíque! But I will consider buying a few of these solely for the thrill of injecting warm shots of parm into my canole. (Quick tip use in the shower with shavings of soap bars to create soft soap on tap of any variety directly on your skin it’s a real luxurious time saver)
The inevitable banana slicer and geriatric weirdness made me buy it. Stop it meh, that’s my money you need to put some back in my pocket to replace it, I mean really you can’t put something this stupid on dis her websut and not expeckd me to hit that tootin button.
Thick-middle-parent. I wonder if that means I had a threesome with Malcolm?
Also, as a side note I was wondering if I could litigate meh for taking over my brain and making me purchase the dumbest product in the foreseeable history and future of meh? I would like $50 million so after the 90% attorney fee I can live comfortably.
Go to Buzzfeed if you want to know how/what to do with this thing…it’s their product, and they’ve pushed it hard. Actually tried to buy it as a gift for sis one holiday, and it was overpriced and sold out. This price point seems about right to me.
I am far too lazy for DIY squeezy cheese. I think the kids would just end up having cheese wars with it and the cats would end up covered in cheese, the dog would be sick from licking it all up, and ugh, just no. Not in this cracker house.
@clonetek What happens when you microwave a can of easy cheese? I don’t even know what easy cheese is? Is this cheese that procreates hybrid food in the fridge while you back is turned and pretty soon your fridge is so full there is no room for real food?
Just bought one b/c I’m the one that has the White Elephant gift exchange at Christmas… and I love to give the gift that “keeps on giving”… meaning it will be re-gifted for years to come … now I just have to make sure my Hubby does not pick the gift (yes, he has done that several times over the years ). Thanks, Meh, for some of the good crapola you provide!!!