Reynolds Wrap creates “Hunger Harness”/feed bag to keep your Super Bowl snacks handy

Photo: Reynolds Consumer Products

New parents are likely familiar with the Babybjörn, a delightful contraption that enables you to walk around carrying your precious cargo hands-free. Now Reynolds Wrap, maker of foil, has released a Babybjörn-type contraption for a different kind of precious cargo: snacks.

Just in time for the Super Bowl, the Reynolds Wrap Hunger Harness/human feed bag enables you to fill up the main pouch with wings or a giant sandwich, with chips in the side pocket, complete with another segment for queso or french onion dip. There’s also a beer-sized slot, naturally, and still room then on your lap for a few squares of pizza or some giant pretzels. The Reynolds website crows that the “integrated food tray that turns you into a human table—life goal accomplished.” Maybe we have different goals, Reynolds Wrap.

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Photo: Reynolds Consumer Products

Still, this particular contraption is even tailor-made, with “adjustable silver straps that make this the new, food-forward look for the winter season.” It also boasts that “This one-of-a-kind wearable snack pack has everything you need to go all four quarters plus the Halftime Show without taking a break.” Oh god, we just had a horrible thought: Please don’t wear this contraption into the bathroom, getting bacteria all over your wings and foods.

Those who want to purchase a food harness for the inevitable curiosity and hilarity it will bring to their neighborhood Super Bowl party should likely move quickly: The $4.99 harness (same price as Reynolds Wrap foil) is available at ReynoldsHungerHarness.com while supplies last. Then you can lord it all over the pour saps juggling paper plates on their knees and holding beer cans with their hands like true amateurs.

Update, January 24, 1 p.m.: According to the ReynoldsHungerHarness.com website, this item is already sold out. Too bad, lazy snackers.

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