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  • n. A piece of cutlery, used as both a knife and a fork.


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  • “The knork combines the knife and the fork into one utensil.”

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  • * The knork combines the knife and the fork into one utensil.

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  • The knork is used by pressing down on the finger platform and using a rocking motion. - Today's Hot Deals

  • With a little time and practice, you'll be wondering why you ever relied on a spoon, fork, knife, spork or knork in the first place.

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  • We just received the press release, and though there are a few new tidbits on the restaurant's menu, the knork truly

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  • That’s right, some genius wanted to eat his steak with just one utensil and invented the knork.

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  • Why not a spife? or better still a knork! good kit I saw in the Wiki, stabtiffy saying you can't cut para chord, what are you using a f*cking butter knife?

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  • Why isn't it a forfe?

    May 30, 2008

  • Yes, but how did they cut that pear so smoothly in half, eh? Not with a knork, I'm betting.

    May 30, 2008

  • A utensil which, like the spork, combines two of the three most common Western eating utensils into a single unit. The knork is a fork with wide rounded beveled outer tines which can be used to safely cut food like a knife, without a sharp edge to cut the mouth of the user. Unlike a knife, the knork cuts through food with a rocking motion which is facilitated by a finger platform on both sides of the handle. (Wikipedia)

    May 30, 2008