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World-changing ketchup innovation

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When it comes to brainstorming the very worst things in the world, alongside genocide and cycling on the pavement, you'll surely add the frustration of trying to get ketchup out of the bottle without losing faith in humanity. Well, unless you're more of a mustard kind of person.

Thankfully, a team of mechanical engineers, nano-technologists and all-round geniuses from MIT have decided to make your life a whole load easier.

They've created LiquiGlide, a special/magic lubricant that allows the condiment to pour out without any fuss. It's made from non-toxic materials and is safe to consume, thankfully.

The incredibly smart creators are currently in talks with a number of bottle companies but nothing is yet confirmed.

Watch how it works below without getting overly excited. You'll fail, by the way.

(Image: YouTube)

[via Coexist]

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