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Solveigarson's 'I Could Eat a Horse' Pasta Holder is Hilarious

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: solson.is & inspire.2ia.pl
The well-known expression "I Could Eat a Horse," has taken on a whole new meaning for the spaghetti measuring tool that has been aptly named after that metaphor. Making the process of boiling pasta noodles more fun and accurate, the measuring tool doles out different portions in a unique way.

Created by Iceland-based designer Stefan Petur Solveigarson, the I Could Eat a Horse spaghetti measuring tool features four different cutouts: a child, a man, a woman and, of course, a horse. Depending on how hungry a person is or the number of people eating at one time, this kitchen necessity measures out the right portion playfully. This tool is perfect for the hipster or cook with a sense of humor. Stats for Metaphorical Measuring Tools Trending: Older & Mild
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