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When I first saw the FingerFood ring plate I instantly thought, anyone who uses this will look like an idiot. Why would someone want a tiny plate attached to their finger that can only hold one tiny bite of food? Just looking at the photo of it makes my head explode.

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I think makers of Fingerfood knew I would hate their idea. They even tried to change my opinion of the product with a cleaver description.

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How to balance your pig-in-a-blanket with your Dom Perignon… that is the question. Fortunately, we’ve got the answer — charming little plates with rings that fit right on your finger. Now you can balance your glass and your hors ’ouevres, and look positively in control the whole time. Genius! One size fits most, ten reusable plates per handy pack.

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Notice how they mention one of my favorite bacon snacks right in the first line of the description, pigs-in-a-blanket. They also have them pictured in the product photo. You would think this would be enough for me to change my tune, and maybe it would be for some bacon lovers, but not for me, this is still a dumb idea.

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One Response to It’s hard to hate the “FingerFood” ring plate

  1. Joy Brooki says:

    Hey it’s not that hard to balance that plate. But if you are a first timer then it would have been a little problem for you. i remember when first time i hold that plate it was not going as i expected.

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