If watching The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon has taught us anything in life it is 1) Fallon possesses breezy interviewing skills and 2) Saying "hashtag" out loud is just wrong.
Some fresh-faced college students had a very different response: they decided to make a device that encourages people use that abominable hashtag gesture to tweet.
And lo, Hashtag Gloves were born.
These gloves could come in handy for people who want to tweet in the cold, like snowboarders or ice skating enthusiasts...PSYCHE! No one should use them! These students made their own voice-recognition accessory, which is impressive, but come on guys; don't use your powers for evil.
— Hashtag Glove (@HashtagGlove) November 8, 2014
The Hashtag Gloves are clearly just a lighthearted novelty accessory. But the students are prototyping them and they could maybe appear in stores in some horrible alternate future. If that happens no one should buy OR shoplift them, not even if they're just in a weird place since their breakup and stealing things—just little things, you know, nothing expensive—is the only thing that makes them feel something.
Here are the gloves in action. They recorded vertically, of course: