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Desc:Forks are difficult.
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Tags:infomercial, as seen on tv, life is hard, forks suck, grab a bite
Submitted:TeenerTot
Date:01/05/13
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Comment count is 33
Adham Nu'man - 2013-01-05
One step closer to Patton Oswalt's feedbag
TimidAres - 2013-01-06
Ahem, it was a lunch gun.

Dread Pirate Roberts - 2013-01-05
I actually like this idea. Might have to pick up a set and give it a try.
jreid - 2013-01-05
The angle pisses me off. Ever tried eating with a spoon bent that much? It's madness.
fluffy - 2013-01-05
Who perfectly cut those steaks and chicken cutlets to make the grab-a-bite usable on them?
duck&cover - 2013-01-06
Ginsu ceramic knives.

StanleyPain - 2013-01-05
THERE HAS TO BE A BETTER WAY!!
Wander - 2013-01-05
Who knows where those hands have been? Who knows?

ME, I DO, THEY'RE MY FUCKING HANDS.
CIWB - 2013-01-05
I can see this being very useful for the mentally disabled and morbidly obese.
B. Weed - 2013-01-06
I had heard once that the Snuggie was originally meant primarily for people in wheelchairs (hence being open at the back and having sleeves to free up the arms) but the company decided to sell them to the non-physically-handicapped.

I wonder if this is a similar case.

Sudan no1 - 2013-01-05
Great, now you can get repetitive stress injuries while you eat.
Old People - 2013-01-06
I like to eat, and I am intrigued.
Billy the Poet - 2013-01-06
Keep that grease off of your hands and in your arteries!
subduralhematoma - 2013-01-06
So, grabbing a morsel of food from a large, shared bowl with something you stick in your mouth is somehow more sanitary than using your fingers?
Caminante Nocturno - 2013-01-06
The music is like someone trying to make an inspiring version of the Torgo theme.
duck&cover - 2013-01-06
I like it. I always wanted to pretend to be a lobster.
cognitivedissonance - 2013-01-06
Too many usages of the word "morsel" makes it really weird and alien.
fulakarp - 2013-01-06
So they invented...tongs?
RocketBlender - 2013-01-06
They didn't even do that. I remember one marketing class I was in shared a story of a woman who was having trouble getting stores to pick up the bite size tongs she 'invented' for eating messy finger foods like buffalo wings.So i'm not sure where this falls on the spectrum.

Nikon - 2013-01-06
Are chopsticks hard to eat with?
thirteen3seven - 2013-01-06
I've seen fast-food chopsticks where the packaging read "Instructions: good luck!"

So I'll take that as a "yes".

fatatty - 2013-01-06
Not when combined with clothespin technology:

http://zontrends.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/ez-chopsticks- thumb.png

glendower - 2013-01-06
The best thing to do would be to bring these to Japan and use them in a fancy sushi restaurant.
Nikon - 2013-01-06
facepalm desu

Old_Zircon - 2013-01-06
I haven't seen a video that needs a "why the terrorists hate us" tag so bad in a long time.
Binro the Heretic - 2013-01-06
Meh, I don't know...

If it had a cheap digital clock on it, I'd probably buy one.
boner - 2013-01-06
Does it have Wi-Fi? I would buy one with Wi-Fi. Or a wireless charging dock.

Koda Maja - 2013-01-06
If necessity is the mother of invention, then how the hell did this get made?
Sudan no1 - 2013-01-09
Croutons and Cheetos.

Jet Bin Fever - 2013-01-10
You know, this is a pretty ridiculous product, but it is true that we haven't had many utensil breakthroughs in the past few hundred years. There's a reason for that.
La Loco - 2013-01-12
Because I want to eat like Zoidberg.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2018-01-05
Utensil design has been stagnant due to the cultural momentum of the knife / fork / spoon (KFS) meme, which certainly is not optimal. I'd like to see a statistical analysis of KFS vs. Grab-a-bite looking at efficiency / pleasure / messiness.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2018-01-05
Probably 'big cutlery' have had the creator of Grab-a-bite disappeared already, or made them the victim of a smear campaign, or buried them in endless litigation, or whatever.

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