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Screwing Food Into Your Mouth 33

Posted by samzenpus
from the making-your-life-too-easy dept.
Why lift your own food like a sucker?

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Screwing Food Into Your Mouth

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  • by Anonymous Coward

    screw-based food-bong.

    • by armareum (925270)

      The news here is that milk is sold in metric litres. WTF?

      • Wait, you mean there's another unit to measure liquids besides the Liter, or maybe cubic centimeters?

        I heard in some very primitive places that are very religious and hate science, it's still used, namely, some small villages in Malaysia and the united states.

  • That is the most awesome thing from the 'tube I've seen in ages.

  • With just a few modifications, that would be perfect for feeding my cat.

    She tends to eat so rapidly that she makes herself sick, but the Food Lift could drop the food a little at a time into a bowl over the course of a few hours.

    If it weren't $100 CAD, I'd have ordered one already.

  • I own two. (Score:3, Funny)

    by dadelbunts (1727498) on Tuesday March 02, 2010 @05:42PM (#31336184)
    One feeds me and one is on reverse shoved in my ass. I never have to eat or crap ever again. I AM THE PERFECT BEING!!!
  • Did anyone else have parents who used a dinner table argument that sounded like a sales pitch for this device?

    "But Ma, I don't LIKE it! It tastes awful!"

    "Well then, Timmy, just take a bite of that and a bite of that chocolate pudding at the same time, and you won't notice. It'll all be the same once it reaches your tummy!"

    This thing cuts out the middleman of multiple spoonfuls, eh? What's next, pre-digesting the food with enzymes inside the thing and just inserting a hose down your throat?

    • What's next, pre-digesting the food with enzymes inside the thing and just inserting a hose down your throat?

      You, sir, are a GENIUS! Where do I preorder?

  • The advertised site [theweakshop.com] exists indeed. Apparently, it is some sort of humorous product that only north americans understand.
    Still, for $99 CAD, it feels rather expensive for such purpose.
    • by woolio (927141)

      Hey, don't assume that all North Americans get it! (We're not all that weird)

      This is clearly a Canadian form of "humour"...

      • by danlock4 (1026420)

        They're located in Vancouver, BC... I wonder if the Olympics caused a huge sales increase? Some of The Weak Shop's items might have made it easier on the fans. For example, the Wallet Walker sold by that shop could have been used as a cowbell walker, and the attached lipstick holder could be used to carry a lip moisturizer.

  • Archimedes, for whom the screw-lift [wikipedia.org] is named, would be so proud to know what use his invention is being put to.
  • But how much work is it going to be go get this thing clean after usage?!

    • by ejecta (1167015)

      Cleaning is for suckers, just pour in some draino. It solves two problems at once: a) the food lift is clean, b) you won't be wasting anymore money on stupid products. ;)

  • "A lazy man buries his hand in the bowl, And will not so much as bring it to his mouth again. " Proverbs 19:24

Nothing is impossible for the man who doesn't have to do it himself. -- A.H. Weiler

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