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3-in-1 Cutlery is the King of All Sporks, Knorks, and Spifes

by Hazel Chua
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Looking at the assortment of combination utensils in the market like sporks, knorks, and spifes – you’d think that they’d have thought of every possible combination there is. Each of the above combines two utensils, and I’m pretty sure you’ve used at least one of them a couple of times in your lifetime: spork is a spoon and fork in one; the knork is a knife and fork in one; and the spife is a spoon with a knife-like handle.

But why limit the combination to just two utensils? This was probably what designer Krisztina Bozzai wondered, which led her to come up with the 3-in-1 utensil that’s a spoon, a fork, and a knife, simply called “THIRD.”

SpoonorkBefore you complain about how unusable it looks, here’s how it works: first, you’re supposed to use it as a spoon. Drink your soup, scoop up whatever you need to scoop – and when you don’t have any food that you can only eat or drink with a spoon, break the 3-in-1 in half.

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This effectively splits the utensil into a fully-usable knife and fork so you can continue eating your food the way it’s meant to be eaten.

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[via Yanko Design]

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