Real Things: The Cinnamon Toast Crunch Selfie Spoon

September 23, 2015

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The Selfie Spoon is a spoon with a selfie stick attached created by General Mills for Cinnamon Toast Crunch. They come with a Bluetooth controller, and are free to US residents (you just pay shipping and handling), but currently sold out. Not sure if they're gonna make any more. Still, taking selfies while you're eating are ALL THE RAGE RIGHT NOW. The further people can see in your mouth, the better. People want to see what that food likes half-chewed. I don't know if that's true or not. I don't take selfies. I took a bathroom selfie once and it made me hate myself. Mostly because I'd forgotten to flush the shitter and everybody on Instagram made fun of me for it. I'm sorry, I felt five pounds lighter and good about myself for once, I got distracted.

Keep going for some sad example shots and a video.

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Thanks to Potato, who is nearly impossible to eat with a spoon unless mashed.

  • TyDurd

    If it doesn't exist already, there WILL be a selfie stick dildo - and they could just call it the selfie.

  • Marisa Massie

    Best comment on this thread!

  • Bling Nye

    This makes me want to put a camera at the base of my "selfie stick" ...

  • TheQiwiMan

    Trying hard to hit that "Snuggie"-market, walking the line of legitimate gag-gift and vitriolic bafflement.

    Clever girl.

  • InnDEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED

    No, just no

  • Bubbubsky

    I truly love the "Selfies and cereal - together at last!" bit.

  • Ahoi

    I wouldn't want evidence showing me eating that crap.

  • Meh

    Seriously. How about putting the death penalty on those retarded selfies.

  • Andrew Newton

    Cinnamon
    Toast
    Crunch?

    Should be

    Cunts
    Taking
    Close-ups

  • MustacheHam
  • randalator

    Every single one who bought, used, developed or produced this thing needs to be shot. For the good of humanity.

  • MostlyPonies

    You have to admit, looking at all the weird gimmicky crap they try to sell, there are just some things even idiots won't buy. So to make something so obviously stupid, and convince people to buy it, is actually pretty clever. The developers don't really believe it's a good product, they're just trying to make money off of people whose lives you don't think matter anyway, so what's the problem?

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