Dammit. I might have to order one of these adorable fish warmy hand mouth things. My hands get mighty cold in the winter thanks to a drafty home office and my slightly below-average circulation, so I could probably use one of these. You plug the fish into a USB port and feed your mouse cord through the fish’s derriere and, after about ten minutes, you’ll be wrist-deep in 107.6 degrees of hot, sweaty fish-mouth.
Yes, 107.6 degrees. That sounds kind of dangerous, no? But how dangerous could it possibly be to have your hand atop a $22 USB-powered hotplate stitched inside of a fish made out of cotton and wool?