IT professionals recommend that you keep butter and syrup far, far away from your keyboard. It tends to make your keys stick, and we all know what a drag that isssssssssss. But even the most hard-core computer nut would not be able to resist pouring a hearty ration of Vermont’s finest over waffles made with a recycled-typewriter-keyboard iron.

Chris Dimino, a student at New York’s School of Visual Arts, invented the iron for an art show in 2001, so I’m not sure why it’s showing up on the Interwebs right now. But what I am sure about is that those engineering geniuses over at Make will soon be posting directions on how to build your own.

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