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Portal Cookie Cutters Open a Portal to Your Tummy

by Paul Strauss
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Portal is one of the best puzzle-solving games of all time, IMHO. That said, I’ve played through every level of both Portal and Portal 2, and really am jonesing for some new Portal goodness. While it may be a while before Portal 3 gets made, I guess I’ll have to fill that empty place in my heart with some empty carbs. At least if they’re Portal cookies, that might cheer me up a little bit.

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These fun cookie cutters were made by Athey Moravetz of WarpZone, and are designed to look like the guy on the warning posters in the games – you know, the little split-in-half dude. You can use them to serve up individual half-cookies, or if you’re feeling generous, you can stick two together using some blue and orange icing to reconstitute a full man-cookie.

If they weren’t cool enough already, they’re also made using 3D printing technology, for added geek cred. You can grab a pair over on Etsy for $5.50(USD).

The cake may have been a lie, but the cookies don’t have to be.

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