Swanky, A Swan Shaped Ladle That Floats On Soup

November 28, 2016


Meet Swanky, a swan shaped soup ladle that floats on top of the soup it's placed on. Swanky is an already funded Kickstarter project so $17 will get you one in black or white (sorry no pink or purple) when they ship this January. Me? I don't eat soup. You know why? "You only eat fast food." Well yes that too but mostly I figure when I'm all old and decrepit I'll be eating plenty of soup because that's actually all I'll be able to eat, so why eat soup now? If I ate a lot of soup now I might get tired of it by the time I'm eighty and toothless, and then what? Exactly -- I starve to death after a couple of failed taco-milkshake experiments. Nobody wants to starve to death, especially me. I want to be roasted and eaten by a fire-breathing dragon, motorized wheelchair and all.

Keep going for their Kickstarter video in case that might affect your purchase decision.

Thanks to Alyssa, who wants a floating ladle that looks like a submarine periscope.

  • GeneralDisorder

    What fuckery is this? Is the bottom of the ladle filled with lead or something?

    On a more serious note the video is great. The spokeswoman is staring at the ladle having nightmares about the furry swinger party she attended and the woman next to her says "dumbass!! Put the ladle in the soup before you sneeze on that shit!"

  • TheQiwiMan

    Um.. how often do people have parties where guests just show up causally wearing freaky Eyes Wide Shut animal masks..? Is this a thing?

    They must be European.

  • TheQiwiMan

    I'd share that dude's swan with him.

    I'd share the f*ck outta that dude's swan with him.

  • heretikeen

    Floats until it doesn't. That's when the mess starts.

  • Titty McNipplefondler

    Science has gone too far.

  • Ollie Williams

    This looks like it's going to have the same issue the Nessie, which is that the neck is too flimsy so it doesn't really work well to scoop and pour soup. Also, does it float when there is half a ladle of soup in it?

  • And now for an another update on questionable kitchen ladles, we go to Ollie Williams. Ollie?

  • Bertw192

    I actually bought the Nessie ladle, and like you said, it's too flimsy to be practical. Purely a display kitchen utensil. And I only have room for 1 novelty ladle in my household.

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