This is it. We’re done. If you were thinking about inventing anything, just stop. The age of invention is officially over. Someone invented a pancake printer, a.k.a. the pinnacle of human ingenuity.
The pancake printer works just like a 3-D printer. You draw or upload some design, send that design to the printer (in this case, via SD card). Then, voila! You have a pancake printed in the shape of your dreams.
You are going to want to watch the video below to see this thing in action. Also, can we talk about how this crazy innovative product only has 3.7 stars on Amazon? This should get an automatic 5 stars! Just by virtue of being a pancake printer! Seriously, what absurd standard is this pancake printer being compared to? After all, it’s a pancake printer. And as far as I can tell, the only one on the market. (Well, besides the red model).
The negative reviews are also downright silly. Most folks are dinging it because it doesn’t come with an SD card. But you know what I have to say to those folks? ‘This is a pancake printer!’ I feel like they are forgetting that obvious fact when they log their minor complaints.
That said, one of the negative reviews did have this paragraph, which made me laugh quite a bit:
I must admit there were times that the Pancakebot was about as elegant with pancake batter as The Jetson’s Rosey the Robot was serving pineapple upside down cake a top of Mr. Spacely’s head. At least Rosey made George and Jane’s family life a bit easier the same can not be said of the Pancakebot in its current production state.
Maybe you want a pancake printer. I don’t know. Until now, there has not really been a way for you to perfectly print pancakes in shapes you design on the computer. Ready or not, the future is definitely here.
WATCH The Inventors Show Off The Pancake Printer:
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