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Portal-inspired furniture is ideal for Aperture Science test subjects

If you're going to munch down some cake then you might as well enjoy it in style with this Portal-infused table and chair set

What better way to enjoy a nice slice of cake after a long day completing Portal gun tests than by sitting at this stylish Aperture Science-inspired table and chair set?

Created by Reddit user Madarcon who originally found the furniture in a dumpster, the orange and blue chairs (complete with the large Aperture Science logo-emblazoned table) will be a familiar site to any self-respecting gamer and should be the envy of Portal fans everywhere.

We’d love to put down our Portal gun after a hard day of destroying pesky sentry turrets and sit down for some cake (which totally exists) in style, so if you’ll excuse us we’re off to trawl through some local skips to see what potential treasures we can uncover ourselves.

Feel free to check out our five of the best videogame prop replicas for some more gaming-inspired goodness.

[via Reddit]

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