Don't worry toddlers, the Gyro Bowl will never defeat you

4 March 2010

Parents - if you seriously think a combination of well-documented engineering principles and brightly coloured plastic will stop your infant, the dog and the flatscreen wearing a bowl of breakfast, you're a naive fool. The Gyro Bowl will not save you or your carpet. Children have their ways, you see. They can bend the laws of nature to ensure food, dirt, vomit and faeces can reach everywhere.

Bitterwallet - the Gyro-bowl

Save your money and simply teach your child to eat properly, without the need of gyroscopic training apparatus for space-faring hamsters.


  • Martin
    Personally, I think its a genius idea.
  • Anon
    Does look good but I have my doubts about what happens 5 seconds in when the child just drops it.....
  • Nobby
    We got my niece one of these from amazon. They are fine if you hold the bowl by the outer edge. But easy to spill if you grab the inner bowl.
  • init
    Maybe they could develop a pint glass version for pubs?
  • Steve B.
    I personally would like to see a version where the food remains static, whilst the toddler attached to said bowl is flung around the room, gyro-stylee.
  • Steve B.
    Instead of the gyro-bowl, is the child on the right holding the deftly removed steering wheel from his parents' schmart car, causing them to gyro inelegantly towards certain death?
  • Alex
    That looks as fool proof as tissue paper socks. Evidently the designers don't have the wiles of a toddler.
  • Tom P.
    While you're at it , get the kids a bottom wiper,default,pd.html?
  • zeedy
    The kid in the back of the car is saying, " Fuck! Since you got me this bowl it has been nothing but these shitty Honey Loops"
  • Nobby
    @Tom they are for fat cunts that cannot reach their own arse, not kids. Direct Home > Living Aids > Bathroom & Toilet > Toilet Aids > Fat Cunts > Wiping Aids
  • Jack
    @Nobby lololol, if they changed the directories to that then maybe people wouldn't get so bloody fat. This bowl thing is a good idea as long as the kid can learn how to hold the bowl, they might not understand
  • Anon
    @Jack if they understood and learnt how to hold the bowl they wouldn't need this thing in the first place......
  • Alex
    @anon so you think kids never throw/drop bowls to get attention or piss their parents off? Evidently not a parent yourself are you???
  • -]
    My little girl has never thrown/dropped a bowl to get my attention. (then again, she sticks her finger up my arse to get it).
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  • Sara
    yeah its an wonderful invention the gyro bowl and my son loves it.
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