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  • August 14, 2009
    Why it's taken so long to produce some good looking lightsaber chopsticks is beyond me. I mean, they just make sense. Like wind energy and peeing in the sink, but with a culinary flair. Available in three colors, the $10 sticks are the perfect utensils for devouring tauntaun... / Continue →
  • April 29, 2008
    OctoDog is a $16 kitchen utensil that slices hot dogs into a fun octopus shape (the eyes even poke eye holes in the dog). It's totally freaking awesome. Because, if there's one thing I learned growing up, it's that hot dogs are made of pig lips and assholes and only taste rig... / Continue →
  • November 16, 2007
    The Throwzini Knife Block isn't your ordinary knife receptacle. Okay it is, but at least it looks good. Reminiscent of this knife rest, it resembles the 'Rotating Wheel of Puncture Wounds' I saw at a circus once as a kid. It was awesome, the dude caught a knife right in the le... / Continue →
  • June 20, 2007
    Froggetmee is a combination utensil similar to the Chork which combines a soup spoon and pair of chopsticks. It costs $8 off shopmodi, though I don't understand how they named it. I know it's tough to combine 'soup spoon' and 'chopsticks' into one word, but 'froggetmee' isn't ... / Continue →
  • June 4, 2007
    If you've ever thought to yourself, "Hey, I really wish there was a fork and knife in my wallet," then you've got serious mental issues. But you'll also be glad to hear about Credit Card Cutlery designed by Ineke Hans. You can purchase it for $10, and never again will you be wi... / Continue →
  • May 2, 2007
    digg_url = '';Looks like somebody took this idea, and decided to translate it to English and turn it into a mug. The Pessimist's Mug is exactly what it looks like. Uh, unless you thought it was a beaker. Because that's what I... / Continue →
  • April 13, 2007
    The Chork is an eating utensil that combines the power of a fork with the power of chopsticks. Throw in the power of a tiger and you've got yourselves the deadliest utensil known to man. Source [via]... / Continue →