Product: Kitchenware
A useless kitchen gadget   (+6, -9)  [vote for, against]
A Kitchen gaget that gets thrown-out immediately

Every so often my wife and I clean out the kitchen drawers of the least used kitchen tools in the kitchen to make room for more.

I've tired of buying, storing and then throwing out the gadets to make room for more.

So, I am proposing a truely useless kitchen gadet, that is something that has absolutely no use whatsoever. In this way, it can be thrown out immediately without the storing step. You buy it then throw it out, keepng the kitchen drawers as empty as the day you moved in.

el dueno
-- el dueno, Apr 13 2008

I bet the cheaper, recyclable and biodegradable ones that are easy for the environment: Paper forks. It sure would be flimsy and definitely useless!

Do you mean, "gaget" as gag to get? a paper fork would definitely do to silence your wife sometimes...
-- rotary, Apr 13 2008

How about a rotary chicken peeler?
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 13 2008

Would this item be electrical or manual?
-- xandram, Apr 13 2008

A fishbone composter?
-- AbsintheWithoutLeave, Apr 13 2008

square egg maker (i have one), food processor with parts missing (i don't *think* i used those parts for something else), dollar-store can-openers (don't ask)...
-- FlyingToaster, Apr 13 2008

Battery powered Kiwi-fruit shaver ?

// take money out of your pocket and simply either burn it or shred it. //

... or take up flying light aircraft .....
-- 8th of 7, Apr 13 2008

// take money out of your pocket and simply either burn it or shred it. //

...or you can send it to me and I'll throw out one of my useless kitchen gadgets in your name.

The George Carlin Cheese Straightener?
-- Canuck, Apr 13 2008

Kitchen Fat Gnome Makers....moulds to fill up with that gunge that pours out of Foreman grills.
-- xenzag, Apr 13 2008

An electric olive re-stoner.
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 13 2008

I'm going to bun this as it's better than many supposedly non-useless kitchen devices.
-- wagster, Apr 14 2008

Has anyone seen the fridge barometer recently?
-- james_what, Apr 14 2008

xenzag, you should post that one.
-- RayfordSteele, Apr 14 2008

I quite like the fridge barometer - "The outlook will be cold, but dry."
-- wagster, Apr 14 2008

Paradox: it's purpose is to have no purpose. No reason to throw it away at all.
-- Noexit, Apr 14 2008

...bottomless Tupperware? No lids either.
-- xandram, Apr 14 2008

Looking at the very distant past when I could think very differently than the common conventional adults, and scanning quickly the title only without reading your description, I might be suggesting right away a huge gadget - a very muscular robot forklift just like those cartoon-movie characters of "Transformers" that would pull and obliterate quickly your useless kitchen...
-- rotary, Apr 16 2008

A trash can freshner. buy it. throw in trash. ummmm minty fresh.
-- bonkers777, Dec 31 2008

Many years ago a friend and I came up with the idea of a useless tool, cunningly disguised as useful; what looked like a handy lever would be hinged, allowing it to bend annoyingly in the middle when you tried to lever something, and so forth. I think it was inspired by a cheap fake Swiss Army knife which was so astonishingly useless that we wondered whether careful planning had gone into making it so.
-- spidermother, Jan 01 2009

//coconut hair comb// or egg-hair comb for that matter...

[spidermother] I like that. How about a screwdriver blade with a useful swivel?
-- MadnessInMyMethod, Jan 01 2009

fork sharpener?
-- DaveVP, Jan 03 2009

// a […] gadget […] that would […] obliterate quickly your useless kitchen... //

A "Gadget" capable of easily obliterating a kitchen was already made, decades ago. Unfortunately, while it's a very clean way to demolish unwanted structures, it's also very messy.
-- notexactly, May 01 2019

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