Japanese studio Nendo is known for creating clever food-related designs that not only make mealtime easier but also more enjoyable. Remember those chocolate paint tubes and the handy lemon wedge pouch? Well, their most recent invention comes in the form of chopsticks.
Solving yet another first world problem, these double helix-shaped chopsticks perfectly fit together when not in use, greatly decreasing the chances of losing just one chopstick (which we all know is the worst).
Nendo also designed a version that features small magnets at the end of each chopstick, so a pair easily stays together when stored.
So what does this mean for us? The days of losing one chopstick are long gone, my friends. Long gone.