Would You Use a Vibrating Fork If It Helped You Eat Less?: Do you eat too quickly? HapiFork, invented by Jacques Lepine of the France-based Hapilabs, is a utensil that vibrates if you take a bite less than ten seconds after your last mouthful. Lepine suffered from gastric bypass, and developed this tool to help him slow down. Now, he’s bringing it to market to help those of you who lack the self-control to time your own mouthfuls. And if you’re a soup lover, fret not: there’s also a HapiSpoon. Talk about good vibrations.

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    I always eat too fasr. I need this.
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    uhhhh… really
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    "Lepine suffered from gastric bypass" No truer words…
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    LOLOLOLLOLLOL
  10. collapsable-exosystems said: no.
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