Fancy it up with this silver spork

Inspired by my friend Veek, I now carry a titanium spork in my purse. Now, when I'm eating out and plastic flatware is the only option, I don't have to use it. Don't judge, it doubles as a tiny rake and/or an emergency backscratcher.

Today, for some reason, I sat here wondering if sterling silver sporks exist. They do! In fact, Mark posted about one back in 2010 that was cast from a plastic Taco Bell spork. Brilliant, but it doesn't seem to be for sale.

However, I did find one for sale on Etsy. Jewelry designer Matthew White of Brooklyn makes solid silver sporks for $120 each.

He writes:

This is a solid sterling silver spork. This spork is cast from a plastic spork so it had the feel and look of plastic silverware with the strength, longevity, class of silver. The dichotomy of wealth within this piece we be a wonderful addition and conversation starter at any dinner party.

It's getting fancy up in here.

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Forget sporks, chorks are blowing up this month

That kitchen drawer full of plastic takeout utensils is about to get some new company thanks to The Chork, a chopstick-fork combo making a major fast-food rollout on November 10. Read the rest

Yes, this is a tactical spork

Ka-Bar's Tactical Spork is ideal for the most extreme KFC eaters.

The Tactical Spork, which is made from food and water approved Grilamid, is equipped with a fork/spoon combo and has a serrated knife hidden in the handle. The knife is accessed by pulling the spork in opposite directions from each extreme end

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$3 multi-tool, good for campers

This emergency multi-tool has made its way into my camping pack. For less than $3 delivered, what looks like a Spork has been modified to act as a wrench, for several metric nut sizes, screwdriver, and bottle opener. You can, and I have, also use the screwdriver for prying stuff, and the larger central finger hole can accept a rod for leverage.

The nut sizes are 10mm, 8mm and 6mm. For fans of BMW Airheads, this comes in handy!

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