Well, the SPORK had it's moment of fame with those who wanted the best of both worlds in a combo spoon and fork (You know you've used it many times at Wendy's) - That's because the KNORK has hit the market place. It's a knife and a fork in one.

Incorporating critical modifications to the ages-old fork design, the KNORK enables a user to both cut and spear food using only one utensil - and one hand. (Knork.net)

But what about your mouth? Couldn't you cut it or even your finger while rummaging through the utensil drawer?

The answer is no.

According to the makers of the new modern marvel, the Knork is designed with slightly curved edges to give it the ability to cut food but not you as it can tackle a potato, cut a pizza, or even slice steak.

Simon Buckingham, marketing director explains:

The clever bit is that even though the tines will effectively slice through food it is bevelled in such a way that you are not able to easily cut your tongue or mouth. Incorporated in the stem is a finger platform that allows the user to easily pressurize the Knork to cut through the food of choice

The KNORK will cost you about $24.99 (before shipping) for a 4-pack.