If you were a 90's kid, you probably spent an inordinate amount of time playing the original Nintendo, sorting through a bunch of cartridges that were considered the HEIGHT OF TECHNOLOGY back then but were each essentially the size of an iPad Mini. Clunky doesn't even begin to describe them, and let's all agree to forget about the tech-savvy way we got a glitchy cartridge to work (by literally blowing on the bottom).
Of course, our old Nintendo cartridges are relics of the past, but looking at one for two seconds can instantly transport us all into Nostalgialand, which is why anyone who was obsessed with NES will kvell over this Retro Nintendo Cartridge Cutting Board ($50, Cutting Boredom). You can choose the wood you want (walnut, maple, cherry, or mahogany) and also get it engraved for an extra fee.
You might be an adult now and you have to chop up vegetables for a healthy dinner, but you can look down at this cutting board and remember simple times—like when you would play endless hours of Super Mario Bros. 3, stopping only to heat up a plate of Totino's Pizza Rolls for dinner. God bless the 90s.