Chippy Fingers

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An odd invention in Korea has caught the interest of many, but is it necessary?

This weird creation, known as ‘Trongs’ has been designed for lovers of hot chips, and are plastic finger covers that Koreans wear when they eat chips.

The Trongs are seen as more hygienic and also eliminate sticky, greasy fingers and the need and waste of napkins.

But are they really necessary? What do you think? Would you use Trongs?

Article written by  D Mulhern

34 Responses

  1. That is amazing I would use them because it would mean I wouldn’t have to go to the bathroom before I eat and after .

  2. I think theses are a great idea because chips get so messy and then you have to go and lick your fingers and thats just yuck

  3. I wouldn’t use them. there is just no point. just a waste of money.

  4. I think this is a good idea, it means that you don’t have to use more napkins or have any greasy fingers or sauce on your hands…

    I guess you could also use them for chicken nuggets potatoe fritters or even greasy fryed fish!

    Imagine not having to use a knife and fork at the table when you could use your fingers instead, when wearing trongs!

  5. i would not use them.whats the point anyway.We already have knifes and forks and napkins even though i dont use them but still!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Umm ok good idea but if it is to hot to hold in fingers then it will be to hot for your mouth

  7. I personally think that’s a genius idea!! I would definitely use them but probably just switch back to using my fingers occasionally. Another reason why it could be useful is if they are HOT chips! Great Idea Korea!!

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