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Prediction: Popsicles, in This Week's "Guess That Gadget"

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See if you can guess today's gadget and check back next week for the answer, and to see if you've won a most-awesome prize.

Here are a few shots at this week's trickster, add yours to the comment box below:

- Predict What You're Having for Dinner With the Kitchen Crystal Ball! - Loogie-Topped Kitchen Terrarium - Germ-Free Dinner Dome

​What the heck was this? Find out last week's answer (and winners!) after the jump.

Last Week's Answer: Zoku Quick Pop Maker

Congratulations to Veronica and Benjo! Within minutes of posting, both guessed last week's gadget correctly and will get to see their names in the description below -- oh what a joy that must be!

Veronica and Benjo in the Summertime heat. On the lookout for a fun, cool treat. Run to the kitchen, yeah they don't stop. In the mood for a Zoku Quick Pop.

Cast-aluminum molds mean no electricity. Seven minutes later, come pops one, two, and three. They use the special tool for frozen treat release, So the treats come out in one, cool piece.

Usin' the drip guards to catch their drool, Zoku makes three but Veronica and Benjo are two. A fight breaks out for the very last one, 'til Mom says, "Listen you two, this will be the last damn time I make Zoku pops if you can't learn to share. I didn't raise the both of you to act like a couple of wild animals. You just wait until your father gets home, then we'll see how a couple of smart-asses that can't behave themselves explain the mess in the kitchen. Now go to your rooms, and if I catch you on FaceSpace or listening to that damn Lady GooGoo, you are really gonna be in for it."

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