Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Main / Spork

Go To



An actual spork is a cross between a spoon and a fork. (Rich Hall could claim naming rights, thanks to a [[{{Neologism}} "Sniglets"]] segment from a 1983 ''Not Necessarily The News'' episode, but the term was in use since 1909). They are commonly found in places that don't care about the quality of the food they serve you. Sporks are also a notable example of [[http://xkcd.com/419/ utensil inbreeding.]]

to:

An actual spork is a cross between a spoon and a fork. (Rich Hall could claim naming rights, thanks to a [[{{Neologism}} "Sniglets"]] segment from a 1983 ''Not Necessarily The News'' episode, but the term was in use since 1909). 1909.) They are commonly found in places that don't care about the quality of the food they serve you. Sporks are also a notable example of [[http://xkcd.com/419/ utensil inbreeding.]]


----

to:

--------
!Please do not add examples to work pages, this merely [[Administrivia/DefinitionOnlyPages defines the term]]. %%https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=1596363404091310800


An actual spork is a cross between a spoon and a fork. (Rich Hall could claim naming rights, thanks to a [[{{Neologism}} "Sniglets"]] segment from a 1983 ''Not Necessarily The News'' episode, but the term was in use since 1909). They are commonly found in places that don't care about the quality of the food they serve you. Sporks are also a notable example of [[http://xkcd.com/419/ utensil inbreeding]].

to:

An actual spork is a cross between a spoon and a fork. (Rich Hall could claim naming rights, thanks to a [[{{Neologism}} "Sniglets"]] segment from a 1983 ''Not Necessarily The News'' episode, but the term was in use since 1909). They are commonly found in places that don't care about the quality of the food they serve you. Sporks are also a notable example of [[http://xkcd.com/419/ utensil inbreeding]].inbreeding.]]


An actual spork is a cross between a spoon and a fork. (Rich Hall could claim naming rights, thanks to a [[{{Neologism}} "Sniglets"]] segment from a 1983 ''Not Necessarily The News'' episode), but the term was in use since 1909. They are commonly found in places that don't care about the quality of the food they serve you. Sporks are also a notable example of [[http://xkcd.com/419/ utensil inbreeding]].

to:

An actual spork is a cross between a spoon and a fork. (Rich Hall could claim naming rights, thanks to a [[{{Neologism}} "Sniglets"]] segment from a 1983 ''Not Necessarily The News'' episode), episode, but the term was in use since 1909.1909). They are commonly found in places that don't care about the quality of the food they serve you. Sporks are also a notable example of [[http://xkcd.com/419/ utensil inbreeding]].


Not to be confused with "sporking", another name for {{MST}}ing. Also not to be confused with a PortmanteauCoupleName for [[Franchise/StarTrek Spock]] and Kirk.

to:

Not to be confused with "sporking", another name for {{MST}}ing. Also not to be confused with a PortmanteauCoupleName for [[Franchise/StarTrek Spock]] [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries and Kirk.
Kirk.]]


Not to be confused with "sporking", another name for {{MST}}ing. Also not to be confused with a PortmanteauCoupleName for Spock and Kirk.

to:

Not to be confused with "sporking", another name for {{MST}}ing. Also not to be confused with a PortmanteauCoupleName for Spock [[Franchise/StarTrek Spock]] and Kirk.



----

to:

----


An actual spork is a cross between a spoon and a fork. (Rich Hall could claim naming rights, thanks to a [[{{Neologism}} "Sniglets"]] segment from a 1983 ''Not Necessarily The News'' episode.) They are commonly found in places that don't care about the quality of the food they serve you. Sporks are also a notable example of [[http://xkcd.com/419/ utensil inbreeding]].

to:

An actual spork is a cross between a spoon and a fork. (Rich Hall could claim naming rights, thanks to a [[{{Neologism}} "Sniglets"]] segment from a 1983 ''Not Necessarily The News'' episode.) episode), but the term was in use since 1909. They are commonly found in places that don't care about the quality of the food they serve you. Sporks are also a notable example of [[http://xkcd.com/419/ utensil inbreeding]].


An actual spork is a cross between a spoon and a fork. (Rich Hall could claim naming rights, thanks to a [[{{Neologism}} "Sniglets"]] segment from a 1983 ''Not Necessarily The News'' episode.) They are commonly found in places that don't care about the quality of the food they serve you. Sporks are also a notable example of utensil inbreeding.[[http://xkcd.com/419/]]

to:

An actual spork is a cross between a spoon and a fork. (Rich Hall could claim naming rights, thanks to a [[{{Neologism}} "Sniglets"]] segment from a 1983 ''Not Necessarily The News'' episode.) They are commonly found in places that don't care about the quality of the food they serve you. Sporks are also a notable example of utensil inbreeding.[[http://xkcd.com/419/]]com/419/ utensil inbreeding]].


An actual spork is a cross between a spoon and a fork. (Rich Hall could claim naming rights, thanks to a [[{{Neologism}} "Sniglets"]] segment from a 1983 ''Not Necessarily The News'' episode.) They are commonly found in places that don't care about the quality of the food they serve you. Sporks are also a notable example of utensil inbreeding.

to:

An actual spork is a cross between a spoon and a fork. (Rich Hall could claim naming rights, thanks to a [[{{Neologism}} "Sniglets"]] segment from a 1983 ''Not Necessarily The News'' episode.) They are commonly found in places that don't care about the quality of the food they serve you. Sporks are also a notable example of utensil inbreeding.[[http://xkcd.com/419/]]


Not to be confused with "sporking", another name for {{MST}}ing.

to:

Not to be confused with "sporking", another name for {{MST}}ing.
{{MST}}ing. Also not to be confused with a PortmanteauCoupleName for Spock and Kirk.


Not to be confused with "sporking", another name for {{MSTing}}.

to:

Not to be confused with "sporking", another name for {{MSTing}}.
{{MST}}ing.


"Spork" is used as a term to mock and criticize SoBadItsGood and DarthWiki/SoBadItsHorrible works, since sporks have the right size and shape to dig out an eye. A bad FanFic, for example, can be described as "It sporked me.", i.e: so bad it made me want to take my eyes out so I wouldn't have to view it any more.

to:

"Spork" is used as a term to mock and criticize SoBadItsGood and DarthWiki/SoBadItsHorrible works, since sporks have the right size and shape to [[EyeScream dig out an eye. eye.]] A bad FanFic, for example, can be described as "It sporked me.", i.e: so bad it made me want to take my eyes out so I wouldn't have to view it any more.

Showing 12 edit(s) of 12

Top