It's almost impossible to chop an onion without crying. So manufacturer Magnus Ferreus decided to channel the power of onions' ability to make humans cry into a notebook.

The new product is called Onion Note and before you get too worried, no the notebook doesn't smell like a foul onion. Instead the company laced the notebook pages with the similar properties that are found in onion oil. The reason why that's significant is that onion oil is typically what causes people to cry when they cut up the vegetable.

Onion Note works like a magical science experiment because when you write in the book, it causes chemicals from the pages to be released into your eyes, which is where all the sobbing comes in. Here's a quick tip, when you first show people the Onion Note, just make sure you call it by its proper name and try not to say, "Hey wanna check out my crying book."