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Spoon and Fork iPhone Stand

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 8th, 2010

Here’s something different in an iPhone stand. It’s a little more creative than most. The Spoon And Fork iPhone Stand. It’s how Uri Geller uses his iPhone. These folk art type stands come from Etsy seller ForkedUpArt, who is not only good with a pun, but great at bending utensils.

If you need your iPhone stand spoon-fed to you, then you won’t mind forking over $30 each for these. They have character and more personality than other stands.

Foodle is a fork, knife and spoon that lets you doodle

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on October 5th, 2009

Foodle is a fork, knife and spoon that lets you doodleKids love to doodle. And they love to do all kinds of things at the table rather than eating the meal in front of them. Well, the Foodle should have them covered at the dinner table. It’s a fork spoon and knife that they can eat with using one end and a colored pencil on the other.

It lets kids eat and doodle on placemats simultaneously. How much do you want to bet that kids confuse which end is which and continually stab themselves? Foodle is just a concept for now, thank god. Otherwise there would be a lot of kids with eye patches.

Plate, spoon and glass in one hand

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on July 5th, 2009

Plate, spoon and glass in one handDinner parties are great and all, but you don’t often have a hand free if you’re drinking and devouring some hors d’oeuvres and appetizers. That’s where Mantara comes in. It’s a great solution for keeping one of your hands free.

It has a groove to hold your wine glass, a place to secure the spoon/fork and the dish holds the appropriate proportion of food. Keep it all in one hand so you have one free to point and laugh at those who do not have a hand free. It’s like the Go plate, but for snooty types.

Star Trek spork: The final frontier in utensils

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on April 23rd, 2009

Star Trek spork: The final frontier in utensilsApparently in the future people can’t decide between the fork and the spoon. That’s why Starfleet issues this spork to all new cadets at the academy. On a side note, I never thought I would ever see a limited edition spork in my life. Trek has really gone downhill.

It’s sports the Starfleet emblem on the back with “Mess Hall” on the handle. It’s a limited edition of 1,701. They should have put spock on it and called it the Spock Spork.

SOUPER spoon is all kinds of Superhero fun, with soup

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on March 4th, 2009

SOUPER spoon is all kinds of Superhero fun, with soupSoup nazis are no longer safe thanks to SOUPER. Soup crimes bounce off it’s shiny metal head. He’s capable of scooping big spoonfuls of Alphabets from your soup, then standing or sitting triumphantly. Did someone say “No soup for you!”? SOUPER says screw that jazz.

Eat up Junior. Safe in the knowledge that truth, justice and soup are all protected. Just don’t mix this guy up with your other action figures, then take him to your friend’s house. They will think your family is poor and laugh at you.

Lego-like cutlery is cute, modular

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on July 16th, 2008

Lego-like cutlery is cute, modular
Fred and Friends has a cool-looking fake Lego cutlery set that will hopefully make it to market. Although judging by the picture, they believe that everyone uses utensils to eat apples and bananas for some reason.

These have a great look, but what’s really cool is that the handles are silicone and they snap together just like Legos. So, let’s say you’re eating steak. Attach the knife to the fork in opposite directions, for awesome cutting then stabbing action. It’s also great for playing at the table while waiting on dinner. You could construct a bunch of cool cutlery things. Better then a Duplo set.