Inventor Demonstrates His New Invention

Submitted by: madest 5 years ago in Science

Ladies and gentlemen, The spaghetti fork.
There are 51 comments:
Female 44
I want spaghetti now
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Male 402
thats rad
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Female 2
How did we ever live without this?................ -_-
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Female 208
I thought it was going to be battery powered or something, but that is kind of cool.
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Male 286
Electric fork =Gay
Manual fork = Awesome
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Male 2,855
or you could masturbate, its the same
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Female 803
ITS NOT THAT DIFFICULT. FCUK.
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Male 296
Seems like we should be looking for ways to slow down on eating not speed things up.
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Male 3,076
finally something useful came out of fat people and now....

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Male 759
that`s pretty cool, but as Kameo360fan said... is eating it with a fork really that difficult that I should buy customized forks?
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Male 445
I cannot stand it when people keep one hand in their lap when they eat. Such a lack of manners goes to explain why he felt the need to fix a problem that didn`t exist and allow people to shovel food into their mouths even faster.
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Male 1,081
That`s cool and all, but it seems rather superfluous.
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Male 108
that`s actually...... pure genius
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Female 383
Why can`t people just learn to use a normal fork, holy Magikarp!
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Male 2,199
@highonhuffin

no, im pretty sure regardless of your method, you always use the fork to bring the spaghetti into your mouth, a spoon causes too much risk that you spill it out and get it on yourself while a fork holds it tight in place
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Male 122
we need more geniuses like this
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Male 38,483

@ deyv87 & SpaceRanger No - THIS is how you do it!
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Female 31
In other words, have a regular fork and troill it like this video, no duh. B-|
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Male 180
@Brain: And after you roll the spaghetti, you are supposed to eat it off of the spoon, not the fork.
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Male 871
lazy lazy lazy!
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Male 3,147
but manually spinning a fork isn`t that difficult that it needs this `invention`...


and can you really patent a swirly fork handle?
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Male 25,416
well thats a little creative... iv seen onces with motors on em. so good on ya
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Male 1,197
"Yes I`m sure we will see such in all fine dining establishments across the globe. except for Asian countries. They use one set of implements. It`s call chopsticks. If you can master picking up a noodle with that. Then you are a a first degree black belt in the art of chopstick kata."

oh please, using chopsticks isnt very hard at all. The problem that most westerners have with them is the fact that knife fork spoon are far superiour eating devices and as soon as a little frustration sets in its back to the old KFS
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Male 63
My grandmother would punch me in the face if she saw me eating spaghetti like that. You`re supposed to use a spoon to roll the fork in.
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Male 10,440
Its a mildly interesting idea with a smidgen of practical benefit. Hardly worth patenting.
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Male 599
Yes I`m sure we will see such in all fine dining establishments across the globe. except for Asian countries. They use one set of implements. It`s call chopsticks. If you can master picking up a noodle with that. Then you are a a first degree black belt in the art of chopstick kata.

For all you inexperienced hillbillies use this.

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Male 356
And that`s how you eat spaghetti folks... by gently stroking a 5-inch straight-shaped fork again and again.
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Male 931
Good.....God!
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Male 218
neat
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Male 203
only work if you have dry hands... but if its even slghtly clammy i doubty it will work very well... And it takes a little practise?! doesn`t that defeat the purpose? Better off using this a battery powered fork that spins
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Female 359
Reminds me of my grandpa and all his inventions. Also, all of your comments crack me up! Thank you!
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Female 196
I`ve remedied this by never cooking spaghetti. I just always buy rotini, rotelle, elbows, farfalle, shells, etc; anything that I can stab and pick up in its entirety with one normal sized utensil.

I don`t really know why spaghetti was invented in the first place...not a smart move.
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Male 115
Perfect for those of us without opposable thumbs!!
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Female 2,764
Life saver. How ever would we eat spaghetti without it? And how would my already cluttered silverware drawer look without a a setting for 4 of these?!
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Male 2,516
sexy
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Male 1,526
I have an electric spagetifork, This looks much simpler. Nice invention bro.
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Male 687
so you basicaly give a finger job to a fork
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Male 2,553
Huh, interesting idea. I can run with that.
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Male 302
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Male 4,807

Finally an invention I can sink mh teeth into! Well, this and sliced bread.
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Male 6
genius invention. he has a tendency to not finish the last word of his sentence, however.
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Male 101
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Male 2,790
really? people are that lazy?
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Male 14,834
Not quite as stupid as the electric version.
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Male 978
i agree jtrebowski, what a nice guy!
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Female 97
Holy fcuk monkeys. I want one.
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Male 43
Thank goodness, twisting my fork is just too much exercise.
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Male 354
Give the man a Nobel in useless.
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Male 3,364
Not a necessary item, but kinda cool, none the less. On a side note, he comes across as being one of the nicest, kindest guys you`d ever want to meet.
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Male 663
Clever, but lazy.
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Male 7,378
Link: Inventor Demonstrates His New Invention [Rate Link] - Ladies and gentlemen, The spaghetti fork.
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