“I’m using my spork, because this stew is so thick and full of big meaty chunks.”
Slang of the day: spork
Meaning: It is an eating utensil that is both a spoon and a fork combined.
Usage: I love my spork, I can eat both the broth of the soup and the meat.
Sally – I love this meal. It’s really so great.
Doug – Thanks Sally.
Sally – But, your pork has such a great sauce to it, I wish I had a spork to scoop some up while I eat it.
Doug – Sorry, I don’t have any sporks, but I’ll give you a spoon that you can use with your fork.
Sally – Sounds good.