Last week on “What the Aitch?”, a simple little holey piece of plastic poked at your puzzle-solver. Well, guess it or not, we’re about to reveal the Secret of the Plastic Thingy!
But first let’s see What the Aitch we’ve got in store for you this time:
I don't know, but I'd hate to step on them!
Well, this is a fine pair of tacky fellows. Maybe they’ve got such long noses ’cause they’ve been fibbing? We won’t hold it against them. There’s probably a perfectly good reason they’ve got their staffs standing up so proudly. They look pretty for-serious-business-like. Oh, and just in case you’re wondering, why yes indeed they are complete. Although we hear they like to hang in bigger groups. If you’ve seen these disc bros before, don’t keep it to yourself. Comment below!
Now that we’ve got you brain factory churning, let’s take a closer look at that funny looking figure from last time:
Oh!... It's that thing the Cooking Club of America is known for...
Some of you might not have heard of the Cooking Club of America, but if you just take a quick spin over to the Googs, you’ll see they’re pretty fameful. Or at least their scam is… Now we’re not really up on scams, so feel free to dig in to all that if you want. We’re more interested in their nifty trinket.
And nifty it is. Ever wanted to make spaghetti noodles and mustard sauce, but you didn’t know how much to make for you and your peeps? Well just run those gluten rods through a numbered hole in this baby and worry no more. It measures, it counts, and that’s all you need!
We know what you’re thinking: “That’s nice, but I’ll never be able to measure my noodles in an awesome pasta-counter like that.” Fret no further, cause we found the shady website for you. Just head on over to the deceptively alluring Free Stuff section of Listia. (no relation to listerine. we checked.) They’ve got a picture of the very same gadget, and one of their members apparently gave away for free one time. We didn’t sign up, since we’ve already got one, and this one seems to be gone already. But you just keep on searching and looking, and some day your dream of the perfectly measured starch sticks will come true!