Noise-canceling ramen fork

The OTOHIKO fork from Nissin, for noisy ramen slurpers. It doesn't actually cancel out the noise. When it detects a slurping noise it causes your phone to make a louder, wave-crashing sound, which drowns out the slurping sound.

It costs ¥14,800. Or around $130.

     Posted By: Alex - Sun Oct 29, 2017
     Category: Inventions | Noises and Other Public Disturbances of the Peace | Cacophony, Dissonance, White Noise and Other Sonic Assaults

Thank you. Now I can feel insulted if somebody hands me a big-handled fork as if I was a toddler or a Parkinson sufferer; it's because the people who slurp their ramen to be polite think I slurp my ramen too loudly, of course! Or, you know, too like-a-white-person.
Posted by Yudith on 11/01/17 at 05:52 AM
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