Have you ever seen a Hapifork? I think I would find this product very, very annoying. This rechargeable electronic dinner fork is designed to improve your eating habits. If the fork’s sensors feel that you are eating too much food or that you are eating your food too quickly, the fork will vibrate to show its disapproval of your eating habits. The fork is also Bluetooth-enabled, and when you connect your Hapifork to your computer, pad device, or smartphone; the fork will report on such things as how many bites you ate per minute and how long you took between bites. The fork will reprimand you and give you eating advice for your future meals. The fork can also be programmed to report to your parents how and much food you are eating and quickly you are eating it. As I said, I think I would find this product very, very annoying. Hapifork sells for $62 at Amazon. I like to write about useless kitchen devices, but please, don’t give me one of these things!