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Sci-fi IKEA manuals

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If, like us, you spent far too much of your youth attempting to produce your own lightsaber then you're likely to be geekgasming over these images.

Taking apart iconic sci-fi inventions and making them suitable for an IKEA audience, these manuals make it seem all too easy. As we type this, we're actually gathering all the necessary components to create dinosaurs and then drive around them in our time-travelling DeLorean.

We're such fans of these designs that we may have overcome our crippling phobia of IKEA in general. Not that we want to test that out with a visit, mind.

[Via College Humor and Caldwell Tanner]

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