The Dipr Cookie Spoon was designed for dipping little cookie sandwiches (i.e. store-brand Oreos, you cheapskate!) in milk without them falling apart or sinking to the bottom of the glass. Why you can't just use a fork or spoon is beyond me, but I suspect it has something to do with your complete lack of motor skills (your mom says you got rammed in the head by a goat at the petting zoo). Honestly, I just always thought your parents were brother/sister. Family matters aside, the (lil) Dipr was invented by Bobby and Julie Haleluk, who are looking for $10K in funding to put the thing into production. They will not succeed. Show of hands: how many people would buy a plastic cookie-dipping hook? Exactly -- not even the fat girl.
Hit the jump for a video of the lil' dipper in action and a plea for your support.
Project Page on Kickstarter
dipr cookie spoon dunks your oreos with ease [technabob]
Get it, thin mints? EAT A CHEESEBURGER, LADY!
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