9 Ridiculous Food Products That Actually Exist
Earlier this week the internet was introduced to the
completely insane Watermelon Stroller, and we got to thinking — humans have come up with some pretty cool things for the sake of convenience. Here, we’ve rounded up a list of products that make food portable in the strangest and most ridiculous ways possible. People spent time, hours of their days, inventing these products so that we could eat and drink using as little effort as possible. Way to go, humans.
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A few of the picks will really come in handy if you plan on celebrating Cinco de Mayo with any of
these chefs. So toss your melons in a stroller and get ready for a life that’s at least six times more convenient.
1.Here it is, the Watermelon Stroller.
Tama-chan is a two-in-one watermelon stroller-slash-mini fridge. For just about $200, you can keep your bundle of joy watermelon safe and cool. [via RocketNews]
2.The 'Wine Rack'
Finally, a bra that multitasks. Just think of all the money you'll save on a boob job when you can just fill this baby with up to three bottles of wine and hit the town. [via
3.Secret Flask Tie
If you're a member of the male species, here is your handy alternative to the wine bra. A tie that includes a secret hidden flask, perfect for day drinking. [via
4.The Self-Stirring Mug
You dont have time to stir your own coffee. You have important
Food Network reruns to watch. Let everyone else know how busy you are with the conventionally placed "Self Stirring Mug" text on the side. [via Amazon]
5.Motorized Ice Cream Cone
Because you can't be bothered to lick ice cream yourself. Let this plastic rotating ice cream cone do it for you! Stick your tongue out and reach new lows every day! [via
6.McDonald's French Fry Cup Holder
Never lose another one of those golden beauties to your car floor again! The folks at
McDonalds are always thinking of you and how hard it is to save a wayward fry while driving. Unfortunately the fry holder that fits directly into your cup holder is only available in Japan for the moment. [via DesignTaxi]
7.iPhone Cup Holder
You definitely won't crash into anyone while walking around with this thing. [via
8.Mini Finger Plates
Talk about getting
fancy. Probably the best way to utilize these ring-like finger plates is to try and fit as many hors d'oeuvres as possible on two hands. [via ThisIsWhyImBroke]
I really wish this was real. It's getting a little annoying having to deal with holding my coffee mug
and my phone at the same time. C'mon technology, catch up to the needs of a tech-addict in 2013. [via Worth1000]