Cut your pastries with a bonesaw

Croissants and Bonesaw
Photo by Libby Bulloff

Libby Bulloff, the Seattle-based slightly-creepy awesomepants who brought us The Satanic Wrath and Evil Despair of Infernal Yardwork, presents this lovely photo of the breakfast she had last weekend.

As she explained: "Stephen takes a genuine bonesaw to a pair of chocolate croissants he baked this morning. Like you do."

If you lean toward the slightly morbid and horrortastic end of the spectrum, using a bonesaw to slice breakfast pastries you baked is a great way to remind your brunch guests of the circle of life: first brunch, eventually death.

Get yours here: Satterlee Bone Saw for $30

  1. I totally read this as "panties" and not "pastries" at first.

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    • Hey, it's a sharp saw! I'm sure it works great on panties, too.

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      • Please keep your bonesaws away from my panties …

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        • Can "bonesaw" be a new euphemism for vagina? I gotcher bonesaw right here, buddy. IN MY PANTIES.

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          • I dunno, I kind of like that, but it does seem a bit vagina dentata-y. I mean, if you accept that a penis is a "bone", then, well…

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  2. If I do use this to split chocolate croissants, do I have to share them?

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    • I'm fairly certain the rule is, "the person with the bone saw is the boss" ergo no sharing.

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  3. wait wait wait wait. are you telling me chocolate croissants are a thing I could make? with my hands? in my house? and then stuff in my face???
    I don't know why it has never occurred to me that delicious baked goods might actually be achievable without five years of patisserie school and a big white chef's hat and probably a really terrible fake french accent (that last bit I have down though)

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