Growing up the height of comedy was placing whatever I was eating directly over the tines of my fork so it looked like a macaroni fork. I could pull that gag with macaroni, green beans, and french fries.
Look at this picture. Yes that is a giant Final Fantasy sword with a fork at the end. With it you can slay yourself some delicious noodley dinner.
Apparently, the only way you can get this 24″ long fork is by winning a contest in Japan.
If you have ever stuck a 9-volt battery on your tongue, you know that the sensation it creates almost seems salty. That is what this fork is all about. The Electric Flavoring Fork uses the same principle to simulate the taste of salt for those who can’t have salt, but love the taste.
The other day, I showed all you Doctor Who geeks out there the coolest vegetable peeler ever. That peeler looked like the Sonic Screwdriver used by the 11th/12th Doctor. If you thought that was awesome, you will love this.
Earlier this year we showed you some slick lightsaber meat tongs. What you really need when you are grilling up some steak or hotdogs is a nice, long meat fork. ThinkGeek has a sweet new meat fork that looks like Darth Vader’s lightsaber.
On a diet? Need to lose a few pounds within the next few weeks? Then you need the HAPIfork. It’s a ‘smart’ fork that comes equipped with a sensor that keeps track of how fast you’re eating and how many times you’ve used it to stuff food into your mouth.
I think they had the right idea when they began making sporks and including these hybrid utensils in packs of instant noodles. However, they left a lot to be desired, especially since they didn’t really do a good job when it came to actually scooping up soup or noodles.
You never know when you might need a fork, so during times of need, you’ll be very thankful to have this Credit Card Cutlery in your wallet. We can’t all be carrying utensils in our pockets, so these flat-pack forks definitely seem like a novel idea.
The first time I saw (and used) a spork was because it was included in the bowl of instant noodles that I was eating for dinner. It was a clever design, but I didn’t find it the most useful thing in the world because I had a hard time forking the noodles and an even harder time spooning the soup.
Tired of messy cables? Love eating on your desk? Then you’ll love Luftdesign’s Fork and Cream Sauce cable organizer. Simply wrap the cable around the fork, and stick the whole thing onto the creamy base to secure it into place.
The Snack & Stack cutlery set comes with a lego-esque fork, knife, and spoon with silicone handles that stack up for easy packing and, of course, a bit of fun.
The Snack & Stack was designed by Winnif Pang.