Savage Chickens - Spork

For the readers who were talking about sporks last week.

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30 Responses to Spork

  1. Burning says:

    Spatula never quite recovered from Spork’s mysterious disappearance, and has fallen into a deep depression which has lasted many years. Spatula often forgets to wash now, and may up being completely filthy for up to a week at a time.

    Sporkula always had trouble interacting with others and as a byproduct was never able to become very popular. Some attribute this to growing up with only one parent, especially one as severely traumatized as Spatula.

    Spatula currently resides in the large cutlery drawer, and only makes public appearances for some prepared meals. Sporkula’s location is currently unknown.

  2. Anonymous says:

    The Foodle should look more flattened… like those spaghetti spoons. Also, I recently saw an ad for a Fork, Spoon, Knife combo… dont know how you’d put them all together, but you’d need them in pairs to work the fork and knife properly!

  3. Jen says:

    And Sporkula is reserved for blood sausage and steak tartare? 😛

  4. cronopio says:
    Behold the ultimate hybrid: a mix of fork, spoon AND knife.

  5. Robin Capper says:

    Where is Splade?

    * It’s a Spork with a dull knife on the edge which, although not sharp, acts as a blade

    About a Splade:

  6. Anonymous says:

    And if the Foodle’s on a poodle, and the poodle’s is eating noodles, we call this a…


  7. WhizGidget says:

    *in whispered tones*

    …and here we have a most rare species in the wild… another Savage Chickens cartoon without a chicken present….

    Unless it’s been already taken care of with the knife, the fork and the spatula.

  8. Seraphine says:

    I love the worf ladle.
    It reminds me of yodeling.
    Yodeling is the best way
    to call chickens.

  9. Ian Castruita says:

    I know this is going off on a huge tangent, but didn’t anyone else think that Sporkula sounds like a utensil that dines on the blood of the living?

    Or is it just me?

  10. FeelEnergy says:

    No, Ian Castruita, it’s not just you – Sporkula sounds 10 steps beyond the evil that is Mr Potato Head.

    If you’re reading this, Savage Chickens, hide for your lives!!

  11. Mommmeeeee! says:

    And that, people, is why you should always practice safe cutlery storage and get a drawer divider!!!

    Alas, it’s too late for me, but I now know where those funky Grapefruit Spoons (Spoofes?) came from.

    It appears that Knife is quite the philanderer, having no shame in its dalliances with both spoon and its offspring, spork. (From which was begat the hideous Fork/Spoon/Knife hybrid that has no name!)

    AND YOU KNOW WHAT? (No, not “chicken butt”) THAT THING LOOKS LIKE A CHICKEN HEAD!!! AAaaahhHH!!!

  12. Adric says:

    Oddly enough, when I used to work at a Qdoba restaurant, one of the utensils was the “Spoodle.” That was the official name in the corporate documentation.

  13. Anonymous says:

    you see how sporks bring everyone together! SPORKS WILL BRING WORLD PEACE!


  14. S. Weasel says:

    A grapefruit spoon — a spoon with a serrated edge — is also known as a “runcible spoon” thanks to Edward Lear.

  15. Sarah L. says:

    Ah, I have longed to understand the complexities of the foodle. You should do a cartoon about the evil side of gumball machines. What other way could you follow up the fork?

  16. newsong says:

    I love it! Heee!

    Ian: I may dress up as “Sporkula” for Halloween this year.

    Last year I was the Ocean.

  17. Snowdrops says:

    I looooove kitchen paraphrenalia, and to see such a neatly-organised diagram of the genealogy of cutleries and utensils….Ooooh ooooh oooooh I can die happy now :D!!

    Thanks Doug! This one on an apron pretty-please?

    p.s. the comments above have me in stitches!! And yes I also think Sporkula is the culinary version of Dracula, but you can’t actually kill it off with a wooden stake through its heart though, or can you?

  18. Karina says:

    wait… where are the lasers?

  19. Anonymous says:

    What about the Knifoon? Granted this is something i have only heard about, never seen.

  20. Anonymous says:

    It looks almost like a playoff schedule, actually–you need a championship between the bastard Sporkula and Foodle (tho my money is on Sporkula).
    Chicken-less, not entirely in bad way.

  21. Anonymous says:

    Spoon found knife too brutal and found fork, knifes not so brutal brother.
    And if you spork and ran away with chopsticks you would get spork-chops. 🙂

  22. m says:

    This is absolutly hilarious, and yet a bit disapointing; A family tree including Sporkula, but no Bride of Sporkula.

  23. Anonymous says:

    Sporkula married Foodle and made Foodleorkula.

  24. Anonymous says:

    Where’s the “Runcible Spoon”, Knife, Fork and Spoon!

  25. Anonymous says:

    How about showing us a spoonable rump?

  26. Anonymous says:

    the spoonula used to be my favorite…now i’m creeped out by the implications

  27. Justin says:

    For a slightly more violent take on this concept, try this on for size:

    (What a strange convergence between two of my favorite webcomics…)

    I guess a major motion picture will inevitably follow at some point.

  28. matt says:

    Any chance of getting this graphic on a cafepress coaster?

  29. danineteen says:

    the foodle looks awesome 😛

  30. jeziz says:

    This. Is. GOD

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