Mustard Men's The Nunchops Chopsticks
Mustard Men's The Nunchops Chopsticks, Housewares: For twenty years a chopstick master has been sat cross-legged on a remote and mysterious mountain top pondering the true meaning of cutlery. Fed only scraps by passing eagles he entered a trance-like state until the truth was revealed to him. Join two chopsticks together and call them Nun-chops. Last we heard he was off for a takeaway. By Mustard
Samurai Sword Chopstick Sets
"Eating Asian food is probably one of our pastimes here at ThinkGeek. Right by the office, we have a friendly Japanese place with sushi and bento boxes, a Vietnamese place to get our pho on, two scrumptious vegetarian Indian buffets, and even a Thai place with a garden dining area lined in hot pepper plants. And even though Sheldon would yell at us for using chopsticks to eat our Thai food, we do it anyway. You know why? Because eating with chopsticks is FUN with a capital FUN. When we first saw these, we were like, ""Oh cool! Chopsticks that look like samurai swords! WANT!"" Then we looked a little closer and realized that they're modeled after the weapons of actual samurai. Allow us to introduce you: Maeda Toshimasu (better known as Maeda Keiji) fought with Uesugi's clan and was best known for breaking through enemy lines in the battle against the Mogami with only eight riders. If you're ever in Japan you can check out Keiji's armor at the Miyasaka Museum. Sanada Saemon-no-Suke Yukimura (Sanada Yukimura for short!) was an excellent military tactician, winning battles even if his forces were outnumbered. He was called ""a hero who may appear once in a hundred years"" and a ""crimson demon of war."" Date Masamune was known as the one-eyed dragon due to his outstanding tactical skills and (more notably) his missing eye. Masamune's army was instantly recognizable by their black armor and golden head gear. Fan of Japanese stuff, eating Asian food, or swords? Maybe like us, you can say heck yes to all three. Pick up a set of these chopsticks and make your next meal infinitely more badass. Product Specifications Specialty chopsticks that look just like samurai swords Imported from Japan, where swords are serious business Detailed handles reproduce those of samurai swords Accented with gold highlights Functional and decorative, won't cut your tongue like a real sword Comes with a stand so you can keep your chopsticks off the dirty table between bites NOTE: ThinkGeek does not endorse putting real swords in your mouth."
Star Wars Chop Sabers
But now, we must eat. Come, good food, come... and meet your end in the grasp of the Star Wars Chop Sabers. They're lightsabers, they're chopsticks, they'll change the way you experience your favorite Asian foods. If you missed the chance to pick these up at San Diego Comic Con 2009, now is the time to grab these Japanese imports from ThinkGeek and deftly maneuver your food with the power of the Force. We're not sure if you know this, but Yoda has been known to carve his Thanksgiving turkey using his lightsaber. Go forth, brave Jedi warriors, and use your chop sabers to mix just a little extra wasabi into your soy sauce. You can handle it. It is a known fact that eating sushi with chop sabers vastly strengthens your ability to ingest horseradish products. (By the way, did you know that researchers are trying to make a smoke alarm for the deaf using wasabi vapors? We're debating whether it would be more annoying to wake up to the sound of a fire alarm or the punch in the nose that only wasabi brings. What do you think?) Either way, wield your weapons and ready the way for a truly epic eating experience. Product Features Chopsticks in the shape of your favorite Jedi weapons Fully licensed Lucasfilm collectible Imported from Japan Five styles to choose from: Luke Skywalker, green, 23cm long Luke Skywalker, blue, 23cm long Darth Maul, red, 23 cm long -they snap together, too! Not sure how you'd eat like that, though. Darth Vader, red, 23 cm long Yoda, green, 20 cm long Lightsabers do not light up or slice effortlessly through flesh. Sorry.