I just bought one of these things and I love it. Some may say paying for a gadget that turns your kid’s food into a plaything is a big waste of money, but I am really enjoying this plastic marvel. It’s called a DynoBytes sandwich cutter and I think it’s the best doo-dad since, um, sliced… bread. It cuts the crusts off your sandwich and makes the insides into twin dinosaurs. It’s a fun way to split a sandwich with the girls: Elly and I each get a dino and poor Saralynderella gets only a crust of bread. (Mhwu-hahaha.)
You, being smarter than the average pre-kindergartener, can just about figure out how the the cutter works by looking at it. I assuming you are smart enough to make a sandwich, right? It really amused me that the DynoBytes sandwich cutter, essentially a big cookie cutter, came with illustrated instructions on the back of the package. Annotated. In four languages.
I guess there are just some people out there who are already baffled by peanut butter and are outsmarted by Virginia Ham. The pictures are surly a big help to those folks.
Really. Does this product really need instructions? REALLY?