Star Wars X-Wing Knife Block

Sep 2, 2014

Category: Gear

So your choices are this: butter your own toast with a boring old butter knife, or have Candice Swanepoel, Maxim’s #1 ranked bombshell, erotically spread that warm, salty stick (of butter, we’re still on butter here) all over your perfectly browned bread with a knife from your officially licensed Star Wars X-Wing Knife Block. Easy choice, huh?

We’re pretty sure Candice will show up if you just buy the knife block, and who wouldn’t? What with its chrome-effect finish and five stainless steel knives, that when inserted into their holders, turn a mundane kitchen item into a Force-fueled bit of sci-fi. You get a cook’s knife, bread knife, carving knife, utility knife, and a paring knife, as well as a throwback to your childhood every time you reach for a blade. Oh, and Candice Swanepoel (probably). [Purchase]

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