Poor Chopstick Skills? Eat a Bowl of Pandas
Like to eat Asian delicacies, but don’t have a good grip on your chopsticks? Embarrassed when you go to the local Chinese or Japanese restaurant and have to ask for a fork? Well have I got a deal for you. Now you can practice your chopstickin’ skillz with the help of a dozen pandas.
No, not full-size pandas. Don’t be silly. They eat only with their bear hands (and an occasional spork). You want tiny little pandas to help you master your chopstickery. That’s exactly what you’ll get with the Panda Darake set – 12 tiny pandas, a pair of chopsticks, and a tiny tire and tabletop to balance them on.
Each set comes with pandas in six completely different poses, so you can really hone your chopstick skills, as you deftly maneuver the mini pandas into different positions, without fear of spilling chicken teriyaki all over the table. Just be sure to stop short of putting the mini pandas in your mouth, unless you want to spend the night in the E.R. Trust me when I say that panda chow mein doesn’t taste very good anyhow.