OCDChef Cutting Board Is Great for Perfectionists, Math Nerds

If you're like me, nothing hits the spot like a mojito garnished with an orange peal cut in the shape of the polar plot [(1 + 0.9 Cos[8 t]) (1 + 0.1 Cos[24 t]) (0.9 + 0.05 Cos[200 t]) (1 + Sin[t]), {t, -Pi, Pi}]. Ahem. But how on Earth do you cut something that precise? Easy! With the new OCD Chef Cutting Board you can plot your functions and cut your fruit and vegies to whatever plot shapes or Weierstrass functions you want--assuming that your body lets you live that long anyway.

The OCD Chef cutting board is covered in scales, grid lines of multiple sizes, and it even comes with a printed protractor and marked angles. The cutting board is made of beechwood, so if you plan to do any plotting you may want to laminate it first. This cutting board is the ultimate in kitchen geekdom products and will surely brighten up your home once you start carving your dinner into the shape of retrograde orbits.

Unfortunately, if you end up buying this board not only will it set you back $26 (when you could just pick up a 'normal' cutting board for $5 from the store) but the grid lines will probably make you even more precise as you try to get your celery sticks exactly 2 inches long. Either way, I'll be buying one soon! I just hope that my math instructors grade my homework before they eat it...

[The Awesomer via CrunchGear via Gizmodo]

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