Chopstick Straws Lets You Suck Up Soup Too After You're Done
Sep 10, 2013 17:33
Slurping soup from a straw seems awfully wrong and odd, and not to mention..scalding your tongue isn't the funnest thing ever. Here's Julian Lechner's hollow chop stick, which he's named Soup Straws.
They look and function the same like a set of chopsticks, but you can suck up some soup from its ends in case you're not too handy with the spoon. It's still a concept, and it sounds like an idea for those who bravely think hot soup in a straw is a delicious thing. We'll stick to the spoon.
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