Elon Musk's Boring Company (it's the name of his company, it's not just a boring company) have just released their highly aniticpated flamethrowers, which by the way, are called Not-A-Flamethrower.
He sold 20,000 units prior to the release, raking up about 10 million dollars in presales alone.
At the official release party, Musk shared images of the first 1,000 Not-A-Flamethrowers to be in the hands of consumers and it looks insane.
Alongside these amazing pictures of punters getting amongst the pyromaniac apparutus, Musk tweeted out the "Terms and Conditions" of the gadgets and it's f*cking hilarious.
The reason behind the ironic name, and obvious and funny "concise instructions", are to try beat the regulations of transport for anything called a "flamethrower" from state to state within America.
We just want one for the office.