There's help! High five! ... Shoot, sorry.
According to the "Center For People With Things For Hands," one in 10 million people is born with things for hands every year. People with things for hands have previously had nowhere to turn for help. And sometimes they couldn't turn at all, because their hands were knives or scissors or something sharp, and if they turned too quick, they might hurt someone.
But now, thanks to comedy web series "Things For Hands," people with things for hands are getting the attention they deserve. So whether your hands are spatulas, teddy bears, or boxes of Eggo waffles, finally there's help.
Yeah, put 'er there! ... Ah, again, sorry.