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Cereal Spoon

smart cereal spoon
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Don't you just love a full and wholesome spoonfull of you're morning cereal - with the perfect balance of cereal and milk? Well with a cereal spoon this can now be possible. A spoon/sift in one! With a few strategic holes on the sides to let out excess milk , one can repeat the right-spoonful amount everytime...voila!
shinobi, Oct 27 2004

Diet Kit Silverware http://cgi.ebay.com...257&item=5523006150
For anyone on a diet. [jurist, Oct 28 2004]

Silver Fruit Fork http://www.ewolfs.c...s/sept_art/365.html
While looking for a special Sifter Spoon, I was reminded of this old-time specialty utensil. Though called a fork, it's actually quite similar to the cereal spoon described above and could be used in that fashion. For that matter, I guess any old Spork would fill the bill. [jurist, Oct 28 2004]


       How is it for regulating cereal piling?
harderthanjesus, Oct 27 2004

       how do i adjust my milk to cereal ratio? a dial on the side of the spoon perhaps?
benfrost, Oct 27 2004

       // you're morning cereal //   

       No, I'm not.
waugsqueke, Oct 27 2004

       I saw this a spoon with holes in but only near the rim of the bowl, rather than the holes all over in a slotted/strainer spoon.
oneoffdave, Oct 27 2004

       What happens when I reach the bottom of the bowl and there's not much left except milk? Would it then take three hours to finish breakfast because of the excruciatingly slow process of spooning milk out of a bowl with a sieve?
vigilante, Oct 27 2004

       cereal straw?
benfrost, Oct 27 2004

       // you're morning cereal //    waugsqueke - No, I'm not.   

       Hmm, waugsqueke O's, a morning cereal that doesn't always agree with you?
sartep, Oct 27 2004

       But why is the spoon described as "smart?"
bristolz, Oct 27 2004

       Maybe it's fashionable and elegant.
Worldgineer, Oct 27 2004

       A fork would be stupid.
FarmerJohn, Oct 27 2004

       Cereal chopsticks, so you can dip each individual cereal piece in the right amount of milk for the right amount of time to get it the perfect way you want it, every single time. No need for a carrying case, because you can store these chop sticks right up your...
sartep, Oct 27 2004

       ...trouser leg.
harderthanjesus, Oct 27 2004

       I'm sorry but the answer we were looking for was elbow. Good luck next time and thank you for playing. Promotional consideration has been brought to you by "Spravy" - The Aerosol Gravy, spray some extra calories on your cereal today!
sartep, Oct 28 2004

       No consolation prize? Damn. What is it with people and not rewarding failure?
harderthanjesus, Oct 28 2004

       We reward failure here...just take a look at some of [EvilPickel]'s posts: some of the worst ideas ever, but people seem to flock to them.
vigilante, Oct 28 2004

       [EvilPickles] is a comic genius...isn't he?
harderthanjesus, Oct 28 2004

       I'm imagining eating Grape Nuts with chopsticks. An excruciating thought.
Machiavelli, Oct 28 2004

       Would've been better had you made the spoon out of a cornflake.   

       (Me, I just pick up the bowl and drink what's left).
RayfordSteele, Nov 05 2004


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