New Developments in Spoon Science

Submitted by: Matwix_2004 8 years ago in Funny
http://www.nojaepark.com/entry/%BF%E4%B0%C5%C6%AE%B8%A6-%C0%A7%C7%D1-%BC%F9%B0%A1%B6%F4

Happiness until the very last bite.
There are 43 comments:
Male 216
its good, but it still can beat my TITANIUM SPORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
yeah, its real
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Female 2,084
or you can just use your finger to get the rest out. lol. that`s what i do.
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Male 2
FINALLY! I can sleep at night now!
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Male 472
i think i am board killed the site because there is no spoon for me
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Male 649
all i see is abunch of japanes jibberish
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Male 2,395
Haha I love yogurt.. I can use one of thesee
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Male 9
turn shroud not japanese.. korean.. we`re better like that
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Male 11,740
clever
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Male 28
GENIOUS!!!
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Female 17
Finally!
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Male 3,296
i feel like spooning now
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Male 615
Coolness. Can I call it the "Spork Killer"?
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Male 20
How on earth is that funny?
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Female 657
It probably only works with their specifically shaped yogurt containers. :[
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Male 541
i wonder how much money they spent researching and inventing this
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Female 1,142
Awesome. I definitely wouldn`t remember to use it, but still awesome.
And it`s not Japanese, for once. Korean, I believe.
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Male 637
This is kind`ve nifty... in a I`d-buy-them-then-forget-I-had-them sort`ve way.
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Male 2,788
Yes! now i can enjoy every single half-teaspoon of yogurt left and all those hungry homeless people don`t get any when they look inside my trash can! >:D
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Female 177
Spoonerific.
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Male 205
Why do people mention scientists curing cancer everytime any invention comes out? What`s that got to do with anything? These spoons are made by a designer, who probably knows about as much about medicine as I do.
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Female 1,572
shweeeet
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Female 2,258
I don`t think it would do me much good with my Yoplait Whips yogurts. I don`t have trouble scraping it up from the bottom, the trouble is there is a slight lip over the opening of the container, and the opening is pretty small so it`s practically impossible to scoop out anything stuck under the lip.
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Male 9,306
AND IT TOOK HOW LONG TO DESIGN IT!?

I`m grateful, really. :)

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Female 4,225
Leave it to Japan
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Male 169
that is genius
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Female 4,197
I hate yogurt
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Male 2,551
RogueBoy - if you had a nickle every time that happened, you could probably buy another pot of yogurt. : D
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Male 2,159
beternal, just use the other end.
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Male 3
Oh Super-Spoon, where have you been all my life?! If I had a nickel for every time I stared longingly at that last half teaspoon of yogurt wedged just out of reach.../end sarcasm
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Male 2,159
Aha, but what if the yoghurt pot is ROUNDED!!!! And the spoon is not the same shape!

These silly scientists. Did you know that, even though there`s diabetes and so on to cure, scientists have instead recently worked out the formula for a perfect cheese sandwich?! I sh.it you not!!

THESE PEOPLE ARE SUPPOSED TO BE SMART!!!!!!!!

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Male 1,263
THAT IS PHENOMENAL. YES, MY DREAMS HAVE FINALLY BEEN REALIZED! NO MORE YOGURT IN THE CORNERS EVER AGAIN....


No, but seriously. Don`t we have a cure for cancer to be scientifically finding?

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Male 2,586
The one that gets to me is not yoghurt... but those ice-cream sundaes where the class always has a large blob of chocolate sauce at the bottom and your foot-long spoon doesn`t scoop it up!!!

Invent that and I WILL go out and buy one! :-D

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Male 31
When you think about it, of all the yogurt being produced, and all the little amonts of leftover yogurt on the bottom of the cup that people throw away, in the long run this new spoon is saving thousands of tons of yogurt that would in other words have been wasted, should have done that at the start. *sigh*
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Male 1,455
Spoon? There is no spoon...
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Male 1,825
on a barely related note,
spoon is a kickass band
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Female 63
This kicks the spork`s ass.
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Male 20
Simple yet effective.
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Male 3,301
What ever happened to using your tongue for sloppy yogurt?
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Male 4,012
OMG THIS IS A SCIENTIFIC BREAKTHROUGH!

Now I can totally not waste a single drop (i.e. money spent on the food too) of the yoghurt!

Quickly, mass produce the spoon!

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Female 1,496
SPOOOOOOON GUAAAAAAAARD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Female 4,028
Nifty. But... really, did we need it?
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Male 161
Too much time on those spoon scientists hands :P
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Male 2,551
Link: New Developments in Spoon Science [Rate Link] - Happiness until the very last bite.
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