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January 17, 2006

Sculpted Spaghetti Fork


Turns out the Twirling Spaghetti Fork caused more trouble than it was worth.

A reader tried to clean out his ear with it and performed an inadvertent brain biopsy ("How could they tell?" echoes in my mind just now), then brought legal action against me because in my post I only advised against its use as a nose hair trimmer, neglecting to mention other bodily orifices.

The suit is pending.

But nothing deters us here.

We're dedicated to bringing you what you need to live a great life.

So without further ado, let us turn our attention to a nifty new manually–powered spaghetti fork.

From the website:

    Kids aren't the only ones who appreciate these ingeniously designed forks.

    Their notched tines make it easier to nab and twirl strands of pasta — from delicate angel hair to robust linguine.

    Quality-crafted stainless steel.

    Dishwasher safe.

    Each, 7"L.

Eight for $12.99 here.

January 17, 2006 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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