Unitasker Wednesday: Turn & Churn

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

When I first saw the Turn & Churn I couldn’t believe it. Not only would it be extremely unsanitary, it would be dangerous to try and make ice-cream with device attached to your car tire while you’re driving!
Then I realized this was just a prank – there is no such thing as a Turn & Churn. This is just an empty box disguised to look like a useless unitasker.

There is a whole series of empty boxes designed to look like useless unitaskers including:

This might be a fine gift for someone with a good sense of humour (or a fan of Unitasker Wednesday) but I can think of better things to spend my money on than an empty box.

3 Comments for “Unitasker Wednesday: Turn & Churn”

  1. posted by Minnie on

    I did this one year and the person I gave it to never opened it wondering why I gave him such a bizarre present. When I called to talk about what was really inside, he was baffled until we figured it out. We still laugh about it. It was worth the $3 for the laughs.

  2. posted by Deirdre Root on

    It’s A JOKE! It’s a gift box, a little on the expensive side, but you put the real gift inside it, so it’s not like you’re handing someone an empty box. My husband got me the one for the Bathe And Brew, which is funny because I always carry my coffee cup into the bathroom when I shower (though not into the shower itself.) And we put a really cool gift that didn’t have a box in one for our cooking friends, and it was almost as fun to see their faces when they saw the box as it was when they saw the actual gift. It’s no more expensive than other kinds of fancy wrapping, and a lot of fun!

  3. posted by SkiptheBS on

    These almost certainly are sold as stash boxes for money, jewelry, and/or illegal drugs. Anyone who is a fan of “Dumb Crook News” knows better than to use a box which looks like the ideal gift from Moronica to Scuzzy Sam.

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