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Star Trek TNG Computer Interface Dinnerware Set: Eating, Engage!

 |  |  |  |  October 7, 2022

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Because you can never have too much Star Trek around the house, Corrigan Studio created this Star Trek: The Next Generation LCARS 16-Piece Dinnerware Set, available on Wayfair. For those of you unfamiliar, LCARS (Library Computer Access/Retrieval System) is the computer operating system seen in the show. And now you can see it on your dinner table! And some people say dreams don’t come true.

Obviously, if you aren’t going to use these place settings to throw an extravagant dinner party where everybody dresses up as their favorite Star Trek character and talks about Klingons and Borgs all evening, you’re doing it wrong. You’re also doing it wrong if you don’t eat bowl after bowl of sugary cereal out of one of those square bowls every Saturday morning. Trust me; I’m a life coach.

Sure, you could live your life without Star Trek dinnerware, but why would you? I mean, it’s right here for the buying — why risk living an unfulfilled life when you can just write in and immediately cross off ‘Own Star Trek dinnerware’ from your bucket list? At least that’s what I tried to justify to my wife when I bought it. She’s…not thrilled.



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