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Alien chopsticks

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Eating is a marvellous activity, probably, after you-know-what, the best we can indulge in. However, have you ever stopped to think about how boring the utensils we use to deposit the glorious array of flavours into our gobs are?

Yes, they’re functional, they work and all that, but forks, knives and chopsticks, especially chopsticks, are just a tad dull.

Praise be then for Japanese company Kotobukiya, for in an effort to jazz up meal times it has designed these marvellous Alien chopsticks. The iconic Face Hugger, Chest Burster and, of course, the Alien, all adorn the end of these chopsticks, which will be available to buy from June onwards (pre-order now).

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