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Star Trek: Into Breakfast

by Conner Flynn
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Breakfast. The final frontier. These are the voyages of morning hunger…

Shall I go on? No?

Nothing beats pancakes in the morning. Well, unless we are talking about pancakes made into the faces of the Enterprise crew. Pancake artist Nathan Shields of Saipancakes created these awesome Federation Flapjacks.

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You have edible versions of Spock, Kirk, Uhura, Sulu, Chekov, and McCoy – all ready for butter and syrup. This is really the best way to start your day. I would drench them all with syrup and eat all of their faces like the ultimate Star Trek villain. Khaaaaaan!

Then I would make an Enterprise pancake and finish that up. I’d top it off with a Klingon Bird of Prey, but with it’s cloaking device, it would escape my mouth. Great job, Nathan. I’ll even forgive you for misspelling “Checkov.”

[via Geyser of Awesome via¬†That’s Nerdalicious]




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