Unitasker Wednesday: The Celery Snack Attack

All Unitasker Wednesday posts are jokes — we don’t want you to buy these items, we want you to laugh at their ridiculousness. Enjoy!

I have a unitasker crush on this week’s selection. First, it’s adorable, in all its fake, molded plastic, celery design. Second, it seems to do the job it was designed to do (which is saying a LOT in comparison to most of the unitaskers we feature). And third, it has the best name ever: The Celery Snack Attack.

THE SNACK ATTACK! Love it. Watch out for the attacking, violent, little strips of celery!

This delightful unitasker obviously does the same thing as a million other all-purpose, reusable, food containers do. And, in theory, you could likely use it for carrots … though you would obviously want to use the carrot version. (Yes, that’s right, there is a precious carrot-shaped one of these things. And an apple! And a grape!)

They’re all so cute! And all so wholly unnecessary!

I appreciate that these little guys exist, even though no one has a need to own them in all their sweet unitasker glory.

5 Comments for “Unitasker Wednesday: The Celery Snack Attack”

  1. posted by Zilla on

    So, what exactly does it do??? Is it a storage container (and, if so, how do you get into the carrot one)?

  2. posted by Brock on

    @Zilla: The top screws off about 1/3 of the way down, and the very top comes off as a dip container.

    The dip containers alone almost make these worth it for me.

  3. posted by wolf on

    I understand the need for a vegetable-and-dip container. One.

  4. posted by Steven on

    The unitasker plastic fruit and veg. items of any worth are those lunch sack banana keepers. I have my banana for breakfast now but when I took one for lunch the banana keeper dutifully kept the banana from becoming bruised mush in my lunch sack.

  5. posted by Ronise on

    i own a tomato shaped container that i use to keep those half used tomatoes in the fridge. I find it very useful.

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