We here at Gizmodo sometimes like to work nonstop without a break. We have no time to sit down with our families and discuss life over a hearty meal. We are machines. So that's why something like the Meal Helper is so appealing. You snap this device to your index and ring fingers and use either the fork and spoon model or chopsticks model to pick up your dinner and eat it while working so your hands don't have to be away from the keyboard for long. Plus, your keyboard and mouse won't get all greasy from the lo mein you ordered because you were too busy playing Quake 4 to have dinner with Mom. Probably the best invention ever for the eating and gaming addict. Goes for $12 and a shred of dignity.
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