Slouchers and slumpers unite, Japan has finally unleashed the fake white plastic posture-helping desk-hand you've been waiting for! That's right, a plastic hand you attach to your desk to help you with your posture! Wow.
It's fair to say that no one with bad posture has ever considered a disembodied hand as a viable option... but it exists and it's as fabulous as it is terrifying.
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The hand comes from a Japanese company called Thanko and is made of a soft urethane material that can be secured to your desk and used to support your head after a long day grinding away at the office.
But don't take it from us, read the words translated from Japanese to English from the original website: "Heavy head like does not fall, you can comfortably put the chin, and because attempts to keep a state in which the pin the spine, is this [Agonose arm]."
The hand can be adjusted, depending on your height and whether you plan to use it under your chin, for back support, or as a simple creepy desk pillow.
You can grab one of these puppies for ¥4,980, which is about $40. It's the stocking stuffer that'll slap some Christmas cheer into your face.
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Jeremy Glass is a writer for Thrillist and is slouching right now.