Unitasker Wednesday: DestapaBanana

All Unitasker Wednesday posts are jokes — we don’t want you to buy these items, we want you to laugh at their ridiculousness. Enjoy!

This is one of the more bizarre unitaskers we have encountered here at Unclutterer. Dave possibly described it best when he said, “if this isn’t a unitasker, I don’t know what is.” He was right in that this may be the most unitaskery unitasker of all time. Introducing the DestapaBanana from Argentina:

In case the images didn’t give you enough information, I’ll explain the device in a bit more detail. The DestapaBanana bores a hole through the length of your banana and then you pour a sweet filling (like caramel, chocolate, or strawberry sauce) into the reservoir. Once sauced, you can eat the banana right away or you can put it in the freezer and eat it frozen later.

For starters, this device does nothing else and won’t work with bananas that have a lot of curve to them. Additionally, I think a straw would do the same thing if you really are fond of this idea. Or, you could dip the banana in a sauce and not waste part of your banana. And, finally, let’s not forget the most obvious thing here that injecting sauce into a banana transforms it from a health food into a tube of pure sugar.

Anyone else craving a banana split now?

3 Comments for “Unitasker Wednesday: DestapaBanana”

  1. posted by Nana on

    If you can do it without peeling the banana, this might be a fun way to surprise children (says the woman with five grandchildren). That said, they don’t need the extra sugar, nor would the surprise work more than once. Nope…still a bad idea

  2. posted by Anna on

    Don’t miss the sidebar on the DestapaBanana website: “Be the firts to know…” I want me some firts to go with my filled banana, perhaps sprinkled on top.

  3. posted by Monique in TX on

    Ugh! Poking a hole in that banana is going to kick the aging/bruising reactions into high gear. If you don’t eat it or freeze it right away, you will have a very nasty banana.

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