Strap On the Feedbag

This, apparently, is a thing:

ImageWhen some future Gibbon sits down to pen The History of the Decline and Fall of Western Civilisation, this ought to merit a chapter somewhere around the middle of Volume III.

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4 Responses to Strap On the Feedbag

  1. anon says:

    When the McDonalds brothers revamped their burger joint in 1948, one of the key changes they made was to simplify the burger so that it wouldn’t leak, drip or shed bits of salad and dust into your lap. Hence the absence of tomato, lettuce, beetroot, pineapple, egg and so on, and very thick sauces and melted plastic cheese. You can eat their original burgers without fear of making an awful mess of your suit. The buns have no flour on them, and they don’t break up. The pickles don’t slide out. The damned things are put together with superglue and chewing gum.

    Hungry Jacks/Burger King is an entirely different animal. It’s impossible to eat a Whopper without half a gallon of juice and sauce flowing out the back end of it. The only way you could eat a Hungry Jacks burger with a hands free device is to remove about 75% of what makes their burgers so good.

  2. Pogria says:

    The Oxford Street version holds Chiko Rolls.

  3. anon says:

    And by the way, the inventor of that thing should be the first against the wall when the revolution comes.

  4. Leslie says:

    I am a quadriplegic and have been looking for something like this. It is hard not to be able to snack without a helper sitting by, waiting to hand you another kernel of popcorn. One would be surprised there is nothing like this, or a feedbag available to individually nibble on rice crackers or junk food while enjoying a solitary moment with a glass of wine or cold beer. I say yeah to more hands free devices!

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