Anti-Loneliness Ramen Bowl Features A Built-In iPhone Dock

Design firm MisoSoupDesign has developed the world’s fist ramen bowl that features a built-in iPhone dock. Called the “Anti-Loneliness Ramen Bowl”, the bowl will hold your iPhone at the ready so you’ll never eat alone again (via TIME Tech). With Anti-loneless, you can keep in contact with friends and loved ones while you eat.

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There’s currently no word on pricing or availability other than a Facebook photo from late November stating that the product “will be available soon.” MisoSoupDesign has created samples of the bowl in black white and red colours. 

This ramen bowl features a built-in iPhone dock. The genius of our civilization beams forth with the brightness of a million laser pointers.

The angle of the dock seems like your iPhone’s front-facing camera would be perfectly positioned for video chatting. “Those noodles look so up-close and lifelike as you shove them into your mouth!” squeals your long-distance girlfriend. “And your ability to talk and chew at the same time makes you a more desirable mate than other suitors – even those in the same city as I!”

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Do you plan on getting one of these once the product goes on sale? If yes, how much are you willing it pay for it?

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  • K3

    Man, first off no device should be that close to any food especially the kind you can get sloppy with. Second- whats next an iCrapper… some things just shouldn’t be combined for “convenience” sake. If free this wouldn’t even be on the list of something to try out.

  • Man this is so sad. If I were depressed enough to be at the point where I’m cosidering buying a bowl like this, I would probably come to the conclusion that it’s time to jump off a bridge.

  • Seriously!

  • WatDaPhuck

    It goes to show exactly how lonely you are if you have to use this bowl! WTF!
    This has to be one of the most ironic product ever.

  • Most useless item I’ve ever seen