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sionnach commented on the word splayd
as seen here
October 15, 2009
frindley commented on the word splayd
Where to start? Just buy a set, I say.The name combines "spoon" and "blade" (its genuine cutting ability making it superior to the spork); it has a decent set of tines as well. The Powerhouse Museum's site gives a good run down.See also knork and Nelson fork.
October 19, 2008