A Conversation for Sporks
Greasy Pirate Started conversation Mar 19, 2001
I saw something called "a runcible spoon," in an antique shop once. It was like a metal spork but it had a sharp, knife-like, blade on one side of the spoon portion. It was used by soldiers in the field.
Babblefish6 Posted Feb 6, 2004
WOW that has got be the greatest thing I have ever heard of. The sponfoon will revolutionize the flatware industry as we know it. schools will have more money if they only have to buy one utensile. I say throw down your knives, forks and spoons and welcome the sponfoon into our hearts and homes. YAY sponfoons
Twist Posted May 29, 2005
I also encountered a spork ancestor, though the one I saw was supposedly from the 10th century Saxons with a fork like part on one end and a spoon on the other. I suppose it was only a matter of time until they discovered you could put both on one end.
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