dealsninja chopsticks the ultimate food fighter for $4…

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Ah, a different design from the normal beginner chopsticks. I like this design, it is made for anyone's hands.

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These are cheater chopsticks. Tongs, if you will. If you have to use these, save your dignity, stick with the fork.

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Maybe I'm missing something, but I don't see why they are ninja chopsticks...

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These are to chopsticks, what Chris Farley was to Ninja. I now coin these Beverly Hills Ninja Chopsticks.

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If someone wants to learn to use chopsticks, and they didn't have the benefit of doing so as a child, these are actually pretty good.
Normal teaching pairs have a hold to fit your finger through, and you wear the chopstick like a ring, and it is then connected.

This is different, in that if you are careful, nobody can tell you aren't using normal chopsticks as you hold them. I like the design. As for using chopsticks, I consider that a skill every civilized person should have. I usually use a fork, but it is a nice skill to have. Never know when you might need to bust out into a duel for the last pickled food, or the last pork bun. It will happen one day... cheesy Kung Fu movies don't lie!

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@luvche21: Look at the last sample picture on the website, it shows the ninja holding a staff. The "rubber band" is his hands. :)

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Ok. I might be a bit slow, but these don't look like cheater chopsticks at all. It look like they are regular chopsticks that are tethered together with a rubber line so that when you spin one, it twirls the other up and around like it is doing a round-house kick. Given the band would hold the top of the sticks together-ish, but the general premise of the product isn't teaching, its kicking fun.