By Rich Whittle on November 16, 2010 in Inventions
Can you tell what this new invention is? I’ll give you a hint, it involves food. Put your guesses in the comments and we’ll give you the real answer and tell you about the inventor behind it tomorrow.
via: The Red Ferret Journal
It’s for dipping Oreo cookies in milk. And as a aside, when was the last time you saw a hand model who chews their nails?
I’m guessing it’s for picking up spaghetti noodles out of the water to see if they’re cooked.
It’s an oreo dipper, but I think it looks somewhat like a tongue scraper too. Or maybe that’s just me. :-)
It’s a tool for a dentist to hold your mouth open as he examines your teeth.
It is for cleaning the back of your teeth
If Nathan is right, that’s a great idea!
My guess is the same as Nathan’s. Hopefully, it is designed with some sort of roughness at the curb to grasp the spaghetti. If it is the spaghetti tester, then I’m going to buy one!
I like the Oreo idea, for sure! But in fairness, my first idea before reading that was a tool to remove the pulp parts from lemons. But the Oreo thing is prolly a winner!
How about flipping hot, stuck, toasted bread out of the toaster? It could be a multi-tasking kitchen gadget.
I think Nathan is right, it’s to clean mouth/teeth
I’m thinking it is a gadget for removing avocados from their peel.
I’m with Nathan, a spaghetti tester if it’s cooked or not