Sporks, Spifes, Knorks, Freds, And Other ‘Combination Utensils’ You Probably Don’t Really Need To Know About

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Handwritten text: Another writer recently pointed out that a real spork is a spoon with fork tines on it—and those spoon-on-one-end-fork-on-the-other-end utensils are not, technically, sporks. Handwritten text: I did some research, and it turns out there are many “combination utensils” that are also not sporks. So I made an illustrated guide, which probably no one needs, but here you go.

hand-drawn spork with parts labeled

hand-drawn sporf with parts labeled

 

hand-drawn spife with parts labeled

 

hand-drawn knork with parts labeled

 

hand-drawn splayd with parts labeled

 

 

hand-drawn ramen spork with parts labeled

 

hand-drawn spoon straw with parts labeled

 

hand-drawn pastry fork with parts labeled

hand-drawn pizza fork with parts labeled

 

hand-drawn chopfork with parts labeled

hand-drawn chork with parts labeled

hand-drawn forkchops with parts labeled

hand-drawn FRED with parts labeled

 

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