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Brilliant IKEA-esque instructions teach you how to eat 'hard-to-eat' food

Gauchely dismembered a lobster in front of work clients who smugly opted for something less complex like soup? Spilled half the contents of your taco down your shirt on a date to that Mexican restaurant where the neon lights only served to amplify the leakage?

Then you’ll know the pain of eating hard-to-eat meals and getting it badly wrong. So take off the bib and take note of these highly practical sketches, showing you the right method for eating notoriously unwieldy foodstuffs and channeling the flat-pack fun of IKEA instructions.

The brainchild of the creative arm of ShipItAppliances.com, you name it (lobster, coconut, sushi), it's probably on there. 

They stopped short of toxic blowfish but that might be a good thing.

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