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The OCD Chopping Board


Good knife skill is a very important man quality in life. Just ask Steven Seagal, the most man there is.

If you're lacking knife skills, however, you're culinary efforts need not give the game away. Behold, the OCD Chopping Board.

Slightly un-PC name, but genius product it is ideal for persnickety perfectionists. The beechwood board offers the most precise measurements in detail meaning every veg slither is identical to the next.

Plus it's available to buy for just £16. Alas we're not yet sure if they deliver overseas yet. Might be worth a trip to Uncle Sam in its own right.

Only slight flaw, of course, is that it's made of wood. Odd then that it is called the OCD chopping board as any chef worth his salt and pepper knows, this badboy will be harbouring a myriad of germs.

Buy it.



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