Lightsaber cutlery


15 Responses to “Lightsaber cutlery”

  1. Raffaele Compagnoni says:

    Kellogg’s is doing a similar promotion in Italy for the re-release of Episode One in 3D.

    obviously i have them all. :)

  2. MarcVader says:

    I find their lack of spork disturbing.

  3. thaum says:

    Use the forks, Homer!

  4. says:

    The truth is there is no spoon

  5. Philbert says:

    If you’re eating pizza, what good is a spoon?

    • Moriarty says:

       …or a fork?

      • penguinchris says:

        I usually use a fork to eat pizza. It’s sacrilege to some, but it depends on the style of pizza – I wouldn’t use a fork in NYC for NYC-style pizza for example, but I usually go for something thicker if I’m not eating on-the-go.

  6. marukosu says:

    Actually, given it’s Japan, shouldn’t they have gone with chopsticks? Just as useless for eating pizza, but way cooler lightsabers!

  7. MaximumOvertroll says:

    Meh, the one that came in my cereal a few years back lit up.

  8. Christopher says:

    If Darth Maul had carried a lightsaber shaped like a fork I might have found him frightening. 

  9. taro3yen says:

    Japanese pizza needs a spoon for their crab roe, canned corn and mayonnaise pizza.

  10. Marco Antonio Morales says:

    I got a pair of light-sabre chopsticks for my birthday from my dear wife. They’re smooth and round, which makes it tricky to use in a practical manner, but worth the effort if only to watch the amused faces of my 5 and 7 year old daughters while I chomp down dinner…

  11. sockdoll says:

    So the fork and spoon will plug into each other, but will two spoons or two forks? I suddenly had an image of eating my breakfast cereal with a double-ended spoon, like a kayaker navigating white water.

  12. pjcamp says:

    Japanese eat pizza with a spoon?

  13. Josh Jasper says:

    Clearly, the weapons of Darth Ramsay.

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