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Hands-free Whopper holder from Burger King

  • drongo May 31, 2013 11:42 AM
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Now we can eat a Whopper while using hands for other purposes (e.g. one hand for texting, one hand for driving). Or merely avoid all the unwanted exercise associated with picking up the burger for each bite.

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  1. This has to be one of the most incredibly stupid things I have ever seen.

    1. Nice publicity stunt :)

      1. This is hilarious! A great joke gift; if I could buy one I'd definitely consider it.

        1. Right up there with the Clapper and Chia Pet!

          1. I had to check the date to see if it was April 1st.

            DT

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            1. re: Davwud

              This is for Whoppers, not bananas.

            2. It looks like a harmonica holder for large people.

              1. HA!

                Now I could see some potential if you happened to be quadriplegic!

                1. If you can "ship your drawers" why not rub a lady and eat your whopper?

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                  1. re: BiscuitBoy

                    I beg your pardon. What lady is eating my 'whopper'?

                  2. All it needs is one of those 2 can beer hats with the straw and you can text and drive while eating on the fly , LOL.

                    1. I doubt it works very well. One of the few commendable points of the Whapper is that you really do need to use two hands to properly hold the ingredients in place while you chomp down on it. With this thing I imagine all the lettuce, tomato, etc slipping down into the bottom leaving me to munch only on the patty and bun. Not much point in that. And when you get done with the patty and bun, all the rest would have to be somehow slurped up out of that 'cup' on the bottom. How'm I gonna do that without getting my beard full of mayo?

                      1. A "hands-free whopper holder" taken out of context could have totally different meaning if said in the right company! ;)