SFor some reason, a teapot permanently takes up one of the four, sacred burners in my kitchen. Occasionally I'm able to hide it, trapping the unused fixture in a cabinet where the Pyrex watches guard. To circumvent this subtle, strategically culinary mating dance that is marriage, I'd be glad to place this adolescently glorious UFO teapot in a spot of household prominence all year long. Forget the stove. I'm thinking the $80 UFO sits on a pedestal in the middle of my living room—where it partially blocks the TV, commanding your full attention at all times, of course. [Andy Titcomb via Nerd Approved]
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