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    Once one masters not stabbing their tongue with the spork, life gets good again.

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    Went from LMF spork to long handled lexan spoon, REI variety. Works best for FBC, although I do miss licking my knuckles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosh View Post
    Went from LMF spork to long handled lexan spoon, REI variety. Works best for FBC, although I do miss licking my knuckles
    LOL Could cut a few spork slots in that long handled lexan spoon.

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    you can take my fork, you can take my spork, but DON'T touch my long handled spoon.
    I'm so confused, I'm not sure if I lost my horse or found a rope.

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    I kind of always hated the spark yet oddly I like a titanium on I have for certain things. I still grab a spoon or fork over a spark most anyday. Yes I'm one of the odd ones that actually tales a spoon and fork
    "Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon."

    By Doug Larson

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    One of my favourite pieces of gear is my Light My Fire spork, it's durable, light, and I love it to death! It's not really a spork, more of a spoon with fork/knife utensil but I love it

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    Sporks are poor at two jobs, as has already been mentioned. I'm happy to have separate lexan spoon and fork. I can eat my meal while making my hot chocolate and not have to deal with chocolate mac & cheese or cheddar cocoa tastes.

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