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knife-a-fork-a-spoon

just like a pocket knife, only for your dinner!
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take it any where you like.its a spoon, knife, and a fork all in one unit.on the handle, there can be buttons labled knife, fork ,and spoon.once you push one of the buttons, the choosen utensil will pop out of the thick handle full of all of the utensils.just like that ...there will be no need to have a utensil drawer or cabinet.
lumpysausage007, Jan 04 2005

Browning Camping Knife/Fork/Spoon/Can Opener http://www.knifecen...detail.html?s=BR425
Kinda like this one? [jurist, Jan 05 2005]

What's A Runcible Spoon? http://www.straight...ssics/a961108a.html
[jurist, Jan 05 2005]

The First International Runcible Spoon Fight http://www.themodernword.com/gr/60.htm
[calum, Jan 05 2005]

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       The catch here, though, is that sometimes you need a fork in one hand and a knife in the other. What then?
Trout, Jan 04 2005
  

       get two knife-a-fork-a-spoons!
lumpysausage007, Jan 04 2005
  

       That would be useful for foods which call for a spoon in one hand & knife in the other :)
phundug, Jan 04 2005
  

       And you could call it the Swiss Army Knife! No, wait...
DrCurry, Jan 05 2005
  

       Tired of food utensils. Is there a way to close a category when all possible combinations have been drained to the last drop?
blissmiss, Jan 05 2005
  

       you would have to make it possible to remove the utensils, i think not only for eating purposes but also to make cleaning easier.
willywilliams, Jan 05 2005
  

       You have been baked by Edward Lear.
Runcible spoon.
Ling, Jan 05 2005
  

       That sounds like a challenge, [bliss]: await my posting for the LayzeeMan Micro Auto-Chewer. Install them in your wisdom teeth and eat your meals in slack-jawed bliss.
wagster, Jan 05 2005
  

       who are you calling slack-jawed?
po, Jan 05 2005
  

       //eat your meals in slack-jawed bliss//   

       blissmiss, you gonna let him away with that?
etherman, Jan 05 2005
  

       That was actually unintentional.   

       Not that I'm changing it.
wagster, Jan 05 2005
  

       Do you notice how they trash cutlery ideas on this site. Sort of a greasy fingers and bedcrumbs crowd.
mensmaximus, Jan 05 2005
  

       There are some ideas in this category that have positive votes... tend to show a notable lack of chainsaw-in-mouth action, I've found.
david_scothern, Jan 06 2005
  

       Hey, where's the knife? I ordered one and all I got was this fork'n spoon!
JungFrankenstein, Jan 22 2005
  

       What about chopsticks?
jaksplat, Jan 22 2005
  

       a-knife-a-fork-a-spoon today, that's the way we spell L.A.?   

       Right on.
zeno, Jan 22 2005
  
      
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