The Next Step In Cutlery? [Pic]

Submitted by: Squrlz4Sale 3 years ago in Misc

Or, you could just use chopsticks and slurp from the bowl.
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Female 2,691
Me eat with hands. Me Savage.
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Male 6,227
@ Razbitom: Oh! I had no idea that such a thing already existed. ~facepaw~ This story gets more and more interesting.

I still don`t understand why they chose the name *splayd* though.

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Male 916
but splayd already is a commercial branded runcible spoon with a squared and slightly sharpened edge, readily available in most store that carry cutlery.
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Male 6,227
So far our suggestions include:

foofe
knoork
knorf
spirk
sporfe
sporne -- and
"Mungo eat with chainsaw" (?)
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Male 1,059
Shouldn`t it be SPORFE?
SPoon + fORk + kniFE = SPORFE!
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Male 987
You have found the secret of Vulcan names.
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Male 5,874
Quick anagram check; `SPLAYD` not in it, no AYD.
I quite like `SPORNE`.
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Male 2,097
Mungo eat with chainsaw.
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Male 14,835
"Actually, the company Light My Fire makes a combination knife-spoon-fork already and they simply call it a *spork*."

If you use two of them together, you can eat chinese food with it.
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Male 2,675
"Actually, the company Light My Fire makes a combination knife-spoon-fork already and they simply call it a *spork*. "

A coworker of mine brings one of those to work every day - it`s actually pretty damn cool though it seems "babypoo yellow" is the only color it comes in.
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Male 144
I like Spirk myself.
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Male 6,227
Actually, the company Light My Fire makes a combination knife-spoon-fork already and they simply call it a *spork*.

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Male 7,775
It`s fun to see people`s outrage in a restaurant when you shout to the waiter "Can I get a fork n knife over here?"
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Male 6,227
@ Lauriloo: Sounds like a good, if greasy, time. Roasted lamb is very tasty.

@ Deyv87: I agree with you. I have no idea how they came up with *splayd*. Weird. I`d suggest *knoork* myself. Or maybe your suggestion of *foofe*--that made me laugh.
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Male 302
I like how none of fork, spoon, or knife has either an `l,` an `a,` a `y,` or a `d.` It could easily be called a "spirk," a "sporfe," a "knork," or a "foofe."
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Female 1,803
I once stayed at a castle in Wales that had a medieval dinner. We ate roasted lamb, drank mead, etc. with just a knife and our hands. Lots of fun but kind of messy!
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Male 6,227
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