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The Knork Is The Spork’s Slow Cousin

The Knork Is The Spork’s Slow Cousin

By David Ponce

The Spork, as we hope you know, is the child of the marriage between a spoon and a fork. Constantly snubbed by people with “class”, we think it’s a great utensil. But it turns out that it has a strange cousin and it’s called the Knork. Call it a half-brother, really, since fork went and did the ugly with knife, and this is what came out. This new utensil lets you use a fork much in the same way you’ve been using it already, by cutting stuff up with its side. Only in the Knork this side has been sharpened. How sharp we don’t know, but we assume not too much unless you like to cut the inside of your mouth with every bite. It’s $25 for a set of 4, though there are many more options with prices ranging from $5 for one (a trial Knork) to $125 for a whole dinner set.

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10 responses to “The Knork Is The Spork’s Slow Cousin”

  1. Anonymous says:

    “Retarded” is not the preferred nomenclature – it’s considered offensive. Just an FYI.

  2. Anonymous says:

    “Retarded” is not the preferred nomenclature – it’s considered offensive. Just an FYI.

  3. Oliver says:

     “Retarded” is highly offensive and unprofessional.  Congratulations, this website just earned my unsubscription.

  4. David Ponce says:

    Alright, so I changed it.  And my apologies for offending. Really. 

    But when (and I’m truly asking) did the word itself become so offensive, especially when applied to an… eating utensil?

  5. Anonymous says:

    I have this and actually love it

  6. Alan says:

    I liked it better when it was retarded…

  7. Anonymous says:

     Really Alan?  Any other slurs you’re comfortable with?  Bet not.

  8. Alan says:

    How about old people can’t drive very well?

  9. Private Jets says:

    I do like these forks!!