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(Salon)   The history of the spork is inextricably tied to racism, sexism ... and Bill Clinton   (salon.com) divider line 1
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2012-10-07 09:57:14 AM
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Am I the only one who fails to see the utility of combining the sharp cutting power of the Knife with any other utensil?
You put it on the tines of a fork? You can't eat cheese cake without slicing your smile, so you look like Ichi or the Joker.
You put it on the side of a spoon? You're giving yourself an ironic hipster lip piercing every time you eat stew.
You put it on the back side of the spoon? You get stigmata when you want to enjoy a kiwi.

The only combination that I see have a practical use is the Nelson Knife, for people with 1 hand.
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You rock the knife to cut and then flip it over to stab with a sideways fork. This way the knife is always on the outside of your mouth.
 
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