It Doesn't Get Geekier Than A Titanium Spork

Posted: Dec 14 2006, 2:01pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:34am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

It Doesn't Get Geekier than a Titanium Spork
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You certainly have to be secure in your geekdom to carry and use your own personal titanium spork. Then again, why should only the diners at KFC get to use the spork? Ah, the mighty combo of a fork and a spoon perfectly designed for saving space in your Star Wars lunch box.

Lightweight and strong, the titanium spork is certainly the zenith of geeky eating utensil construction. Measuring in a 6.25” long and 1.5” wide this spork is at home ladling soup into your gullet or holding that porterhouse still while you hack it up and scarf it down.If you have someone on your shopping list that is geeky, likes to eat and prefers convergence in their utensils this is the gift for them. Moreover, it’s cheap even; you can’t beat $8.99 over at ThinkGeek.

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