You'd have thought creating some of the best PC hardware on the market would be enough for the gaming community. Obviously, it's not.
Razer, one of the biggest and most successful gaming manufacturers in the world, sell high-end gaming laptops, keyboards, mouses, headsets, you name it, they probably sell it.
The company even dabbled with top of the range gaming mobiles - the Razer Phone - but no, some people are still asking for more. But what is it they want? A new way to game? No. A toaster. They want a Razer branded toaster - and now so do I. God damn it.
Razer fans would love a branded toaster. Credit: Give us the Razer Toaster
We're not sure how it started, or if it was initially one big joke - but it's certainly not now. The guys behind the Give Us The Razer Facebook page are deadly serious about their endeavour, and they won't stop until they wake up every morning with a Razer-singed piece of toast by their side, or in their mouth.
Its creator, Mark, says: "I started Team Toaster as a way for us to come together, share memes, share news, discuss strategies and for you all to have a say. If you want to help this page and community, the best way to do that is by being involved in Team Toaster.
"Yes it's legit. Yes this whole movement is actually not a joke. I will continue to fight for this. My biggest hope is that Min-Liang Tan or Razer will notice more of our plight and support us in more ways." Can't imagine how it'd work? Take a look at the April Fools trailer Razer made below, the bastards:
Mark's page opened back in 2013, and has just over 40k likes/under 40k followers backing the project. Unfortunately, this is no where near enough to make his dreams come true; it needs a whopping one million followers.
Yeah, it sounds a tad unfair, but the goal was actually set by Mr Razer himself, Min-Liang Tan, CEO of said company. He's trolled the toaster-loving community for years, something Mark and his buddies will "forever appreciate," but he also promised to make the Razer toaster if the idea gets enough backing.
To be honest, we're not sure why Min set the target so high - Razer toasters would fly off the shelves! Even still, Mark "believe[s] that one day we can make it to 1 million likes," and so do I. Good luck, fellow toast lover, you've got my backing. Make sure you go follow his page.
What do you think about this page? Would you like to see a Razer toaster? Should the company stick to gaming? Let us know.
Featured Image Credit: Give us the Razer Toaster