Random: World’s first gaming nut butter made for players to eat while gaming
No one thinks about the gamers. We had to anguished through decades of disrespect, forced to eat casual meals, not for gamers with the rest. They say that some foods are “breakfasts of champions”, but also Smash Bros. champion huh? And those who always win at Mario Kart Grand Prix 200CC Baby Park, Mr. Kellogg? Will no one help the poor gamers?
It’s correct. Our savior is here, and it’s shaped like peanut butter.
The nut butter in question is called “Jobbie Pong”, a name that is roughly sure centerless was tested in Scotland, and was made in partnership between Jobbie, a Malaysian peanut butter company, and Zotac Gaming Malaysia, a PC components manufacturer.
The name is actually a combination of the names of Jobbie’s founders – Joseph and Debbie – plus a reference to Pong, Video games. And butter itself is a combo: A crunchy peanut mousse made with dry roasted peanuts, mixed with blueberries and frozen strawberries for a PB&J flavor in a jar.
Jobbie Pong is supposed to be eaten with a spoon, we say, and is used the same way you would eat an energy bar – except when playing games. Blueberries contain carotenoids, which are good for eyes (during hours of screen use) and strawberries are rich in antioxidants, which improve cognitive function (for faster reaction times).
Individual jars cost RM56, or about $13/£10, but we’re pretty sure we can claim this as an expense. Because it’s for gamer.