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From the long and critically acclaimed line of Sporks You Can Fight With (dating back to August, 2012) comes this newest variation -- perfect for devouring southeast Asian foods.
With all eight links installed, the Sporkchaku deliver a bone-crushing blow, and the tongs serve as claws that grip and tear at clothing. Before you know it, your opponent will be entirely nude, so choose your opponent wisely.
WARNING: This is an extremely dangerous and highly weaponized eating utensil, and may not be legal in all jurisdictions.
HIDDEN FEATURE: Unlock the hidden feature by inviting a love interest to share a sundae. After immobilizing the waitress (she was secretly a ninja), insist that the Sporkchaku be used for the sundae as a sign of wanton solidarity. As the spoons are used to shovel the food, you will find that the chain pulls your lips together. DO NOT BITE at this time.
3) Wear all black and hide in a tree.
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