Phillip Schofield was in hysterics as he tried out a variety of Father's Day gadgets. In a video posted to Facebook, the This Morning presenter ordered a selection of random goodies from the gift site Firebox. Completely unaware how most of the contraptions worked, he tried to guess what each gift did, leading to hilarious results.
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The dad-of-two captioned the video: "Father's Day this Sunday… so for your amusement, I've sourced some goodies from Firebox... without instructions. As always, this is not an ad, it's just for fun! A few of these left me 'gob' smacked." Although Phillip was well aware of what a fidget spinner was, he was totally flummoxed by the other gadgets which included 'Hyperlips', a 'Rhino Shield' and a 'Squidger'.
Trying out the Rhino Shield first, he was surprised to be handed a phone and a hammer, and realised that the shield is meant to be so strong that a phone screen won't break, even when hit with a hammer. He then went on to try 'Hyperlips', an oversized mouth guard, and could hardly contain himself as he attempted to read lines from a sheet of paper while wearing the hilarious gift idea.
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Phillip was then left flummoxed by the 'Squidger', which turned out to be a contraption to get out the last little bit of toothpaste in the tube. Speaking about how the gadget could come in handy, he said: "Funnily enough, this morning I got down to the last little bit… it's six o'clock and eventually I thought, 'I can't be bothered with this,' and threw it away."